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Theresa Knutson combines agriculture and pagentry

Amanda Nolz

Theresa Knutson surprises most people. One minute she is working on her family’s farm near Brookings, SD, decked out in mud boots and coveralls. The next minute, she is walking across a pageant stage dressed in rhinestones and evening gowns. She can shoot a rifle, sing songs just like Faith Hill, put together a glamorous look for competition, ride horses, work with cattle and even dance.

The best part is that Knutson has been able to combine the glamour of pageant worlds with the nitty-gritty hard work of American agriculture, sharing the story of farmers and ranchers with a unique audience.

Theresa Knutson surprises most people. One minute she is working on her family’s farm near Brookings, SD, decked out in mud boots and coveralls. The next minute, she is walking across a pageant stage dressed in rhinestones and evening gowns. She can shoot a rifle, sing songs just like Faith Hill, put together a glamorous look for competition, ride horses, work with cattle and even dance.

The best part is that Knutson has been able to combine the glamour of pageant worlds with the nitty-gritty hard work of American agriculture, sharing the story of farmers and ranchers with a unique audience.

Theresa Knutson surprises most people. One minute she is working on her family’s farm near Brookings, SD, decked out in mud boots and coveralls. The next minute, she is walking across a pageant stage dressed in rhinestones and evening gowns. She can shoot a rifle, sing songs just like Faith Hill, put together a glamorous look for competition, ride horses, work with cattle and even dance.

The best part is that Knutson has been able to combine the glamour of pageant worlds with the nitty-gritty hard work of American agriculture, sharing the story of farmers and ranchers with a unique audience.

Theresa Knutson surprises most people. One minute she is working on her family’s farm near Brookings, SD, decked out in mud boots and coveralls. The next minute, she is walking across a pageant stage dressed in rhinestones and evening gowns. She can shoot a rifle, sing songs just like Faith Hill, put together a glamorous look for competition, ride horses, work with cattle and even dance.

The best part is that Knutson has been able to combine the glamour of pageant worlds with the nitty-gritty hard work of American agriculture, sharing the story of farmers and ranchers with a unique audience.


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