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From left, are Sidney Mayers, dairy ambassador; Alexa Davis, dairy ambassador; Lily Siegfried, li'l miss dairy princess; Mikayla Davis, Berks County dairy princess; Natalie Grumbine, dairy ambassador; and Allison Younker, dairy ambassador.

Mikayla Davis was recently crowned the 2021-2022 Berks County dairy princess at the Leesport Farmers Market. Alongside her was Lily Siegfried, who was awarded the role as 2021-2022 Berks County li’l miss dairy princess.

Davis is the 20-year-old daughter of Michael and Angela Davis of Leesport. Her family lives on a small farmette where they raise Holstein heifers. Davis was a member of the Northern Berks 4-H Dairy Club for 10 years. She graduated from Schuylkill Valley High School in 2019 where she was active in the Agriculture Club, Valley Voices, and played softball and basketball. She is attending Penn State studying agribusiness and works at Leesport Farmers Market as an office assistant. She is also an active member of the Mohrsville Church of the Brethren and the Ontelaunee Grange. She previously served as the 2007-2008 Berks County li’l miss dairy princess, a dairy ambassador, and the 2018-2019 Berks County alternate dairy princess.

Lily is the 4-year-old daughter of Christopher and Jessica Siegfried of Mohrsville. She attends pre-school at Church Mouse Nursery School. She keeps busy participating in ballet and tap classes at Branches of Dance, and also enjoys soccer and singing in the church choir.

They were crowned by Kristin Johns, 2020-2021 Berks County dairy princess/Pennsylvania state alternate dairy princess, and Katelyn Baer, 2020-2021 Berks County alternate dairy queen.

Those interested in having the Berks County dairy princess attend an event should contact Angela Davis at 610-926-6639.

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