Laurel Fogleman is the 15 year old daughter of Erin Harpster and Kip Fogleman. She attends Penns Valley High School in the 10th grade where she is involved in Track and Field and will be pursuing an undergraduates degree in Genetics and furthering her education to law school to help protect peoples agricultural interests after her high school graduation. As an active member of Mifflin County's Lamb, Goat, Dairy and Pig club she has furthered her involvement in 4-H to the regional and national level. She is currently raising Scottish Highlands, Crossbred Lambs, Alpine Dairy Goats, Ayrshires, Hereford Pigs and Laurel hopes to add Beef Shorthorns to her herd this year. Using her knowledge from her involvement in Dairy Bowl and Dairy Judging, she started her own prefix as Ace-Ayr Ayrshires while she has been focusing on her herds genetic quality since the beginning of her stock showing career. She has also founded the Crescent-Wind prefix for her herd of registered French and American Alpines. She has been on the Centre County Dairy Royalty Team as well as a Pennsylvania Ayrshire Maid. She is hoping to use her reign this year to further the public's involvement in agricultural endeavors, she is proud to serve as the 2018 Centre County Teen Miss United States Agriculture.