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2011 NILEStock Show entry deadline Sept. 15; sales to be webcasted

BILLINGS, MT – The date for entries to the 44th NILE Stock Show is quickly approaching. Entries are to be postmarked by Sept. 15 with late entries by Sept. 30. This year the NILE is pleased to host over 25 livestock shows and sales throughout the week of NILE, schedule for Oct. 19-22 at MetraPark in Billings, MT.

This year the NILE Stock Show & Rodeo returns to full use of all the buildings at MetraPark, after the damage of the tornado in June of 2010 that forced the remodeling of the Rimrock Auto Arena.

“We are extremely happy to be back into all the same buildings as before,” said Justin Mills, General Manager of the NILE. “In fact after last year, we decided to utilize some of the building differently this year in order to condense it into four days.” While no events have been taken out of this year’s NILE, the condensed schedule will allow attendees and exhibitors to participate in more events or activities during each of the days.



Entries to the NILE Stock Show can be submitted two ways. The fastest and most convenient way is to enter exhibits online at http://www.thenile.org. Or, entry forms and show information can be downloaded from the NILE Web site, and then sent in to the livestock office. For those interested in a NILE Premium Book, contact the NILE office and one will immediately be sent to you.

New this year is some exciting Webcasting components to all livestock shows and sales (including the NILE Gold Buckle Horse Sales) through a partnership between the NILE and CattleInMotion.com. In the past, all shows and sales had been Webcasted. This year the Webcasts (at http://www.thenile.org) will offer a higher level of production as well as “live bidding” for all sales.



For more information on the events of the NILE Stock Show, contact the NILE office at 406-256-2495 or online at http://www.thenile.org. All entry forms and information from the Premium Book can be downloaded from the Web site.

BILLINGS, MT – The date for entries to the 44th NILE Stock Show is quickly approaching. Entries are to be postmarked by Sept. 15 with late entries by Sept. 30. This year the NILE is pleased to host over 25 livestock shows and sales throughout the week of NILE, schedule for Oct. 19-22 at MetraPark in Billings, MT.

This year the NILE Stock Show & Rodeo returns to full use of all the buildings at MetraPark, after the damage of the tornado in June of 2010 that forced the remodeling of the Rimrock Auto Arena.

“We are extremely happy to be back into all the same buildings as before,” said Justin Mills, General Manager of the NILE. “In fact after last year, we decided to utilize some of the building differently this year in order to condense it into four days.” While no events have been taken out of this year’s NILE, the condensed schedule will allow attendees and exhibitors to participate in more events or activities during each of the days.

Entries to the NILE Stock Show can be submitted two ways. The fastest and most convenient way is to enter exhibits online at http://www.thenile.org. Or, entry forms and show information can be downloaded from the NILE Web site, and then sent in to the livestock office. For those interested in a NILE Premium Book, contact the NILE office and one will immediately be sent to you.

New this year is some exciting Webcasting components to all livestock shows and sales (including the NILE Gold Buckle Horse Sales) through a partnership between the NILE and CattleInMotion.com. In the past, all shows and sales had been Webcasted. This year the Webcasts (at http://www.thenile.org) will offer a higher level of production as well as “live bidding” for all sales.

For more information on the events of the NILE Stock Show, contact the NILE office at 406-256-2495 or online at http://www.thenile.org. All entry forms and information from the Premium Book can be downloaded from the Web site.


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