• Hometown: Hindsville, Ark.
• Age: 5
• Parents: Keinnan and April Qualls
• Siblings: Creiden, Trayton and Easton Qualls
• 4-H Club: Goin’ Showin’ 4-H
• Club Leader: Amy Horn
What is your involvement in agriculture?
“I do rodeos and have animals at home.”
She has several types of animals, including ducks, rabbits, chickens, horses, and dogs. Kambryia is very active in taking care of her own animals. She attends school during the day and she takes care all of her animals at home with a little help from her mom and dad.
What is your favorite part of being involved in agriculture/living on a farm?
“Making friends and playing with the animals outside.”
What are your future plans? Do they involve agriculture in some way?
“I want to ride horses. I want to show more at fair.”
Kambryia said she loves to always be outside with her animals and help with them. She enjoys going to the rodeos and being a part with the rodeo stock as well. When her family is at a rodeo during the weekend, this cowgirl does her best to find a horse to ride if hers is not there.
What is the best advice about agriculture you have received from?
“My mom and dad tell me, ‘Give it your all.’ My GG (grandmother Barbara Gipson), mom and dad tell me, ‘If you fall, get up and try again.’ My great-uncle Billy Luckenbaugh (who passed away on July 25) also always told me to never give up.”
Awards: Kambryia was the 2019 Miss Cowboy Regional Rodeo Association Sweetheart.