When Being the Dairy Princess Becomes a Chore Finding a young woman who wants to be a "dairy princess" isn't always easy in the fading days of family farms. The winner spends a year touting dairy products. Gregory Warner of North Country Public Radio followed a recent pageant in upstate New York.
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When Being the Dairy Princess Becomes a Chore

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When Being the Dairy Princess Becomes a Chore

When Being the Dairy Princess Becomes a Chore

When Being the Dairy Princess Becomes a Chore

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Departing princess Hannah Peck, left, crowns Alicia Jackson at the St. Lawrence County dairy princess pageant in Canton, N.Y. JoEllen Oshier hide caption

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Departing princess Hannah Peck, left, crowns Alicia Jackson at the St. Lawrence County dairy princess pageant in Canton, N.Y.

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Finding a young woman who wants to be a "dairy princess" isn't always easy in the fading days of family farms. The winner spends a year touting dairy products. Gregory Warner of North Country Public Radio followed a recent pageant in upstate New York.

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