Regan Peters Crowned Plymouth County Pork Queen


(Le Mars) — Four young women competed for the title of Plymouth County Pork Queen during the Plymouth County Pork Producers banquet held Saturday evening.  Avery Schroeder, Torey Tentinger, Emma Brennan and Regan Peters had participated in interviews and were judged on their knowledge of the pork industry.  The new Plymouth County Pork Queen was given to a senior attending the MMCRU high school.  Regan Peters was awarded the title and was presented a tiara crown.  Emma Brennan was awarded the title of Plymouth County Pork Princess.  As for the Little Miss Pigtails, Plymouth County will have three young girls that will share the title.  Ivy Daum, the daughter of Jason and Cheri Daum, Greenley Schroeder the daughter of Russel and Abigail Schroeder, and Ava Welsch the daughter of Cayla and Robbie Welsch.


2022 Plymouth County Pork Queen Candidates stand next to last year’s queen Lillian Harpenau and Princess Morgan Lee.

2022 Plymouth County Pork Royalty – Princess Emma Brennan (left) and Queen Regan Peters (right).

Plymouth County Pork Producers President, Andy Schroeder.

2022 Little Miss Pigtails contestants Ivy Daum, Greenley Schroeder, and Ava Welsch stand in the front row.  Middle row features Little Miss Pigtails from 2020 and 2021 Lakin Schultze, Hadley Ellensohn and Savanah Hitchler. Back row features the 2021 royalty, Princess Morgan Lee and Queen Lillian Harpenau.

Ventriloquist and Comedian James Wedgwood entertained the crowd during Saturday evening’s Plymouth County Pork Producers Banquet.