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Putnam County residents headed to livestock expo

Monday, October 18, 2010

The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) will have two Greencastle and two Cloverdale residents showing heads of beef or sheep come November.

The expo drew more than 200,000 people last year. This is the 37th annual NAILE.

Gottschalk Farms in Greencastle will be showing three heads of Shorthorn beef; Douglas Riggen of Greencastle will be showing two heads of Angus and Red Angus beef; Wilson Cattle Company in Cloverdale will be showing 29 heads of Angus, Chi Angus and Chi Maine beef; and Katie Hacker of Cloverdale will be showing four heads of Hampshire and Romney Sheep.

The expo will be in Louisville at the Kentucky Exposition Center from Nov. 6-19. A variety of livestock divisions, from goats to llamas will be at the expo. There will also be a rodeo and children's events.



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