2022 Online Sale

2022 NSIP Online Sale

The 2022 NSIP Online Sale is scheduled for July 11-13.  The sale will be hosted by Willoughby Livestock.

Please see the 2022 NSIP Online Sale Terms and Conditions for detailed information.

Sale Schedule:

Polypay Rams – July 11
Polypay Ewes – July 11

Terminal Breed Rams – July 12
Terminal Breed Ewes – July 12

All Other Breed Rams –  July 13
All other Breed Ewes – July 13

Sale Date: STARTING JULY 11TH THRU JULY 13TH                         


Registration/Entry: DEADLINE JUNE 25TH 



Consignor Admin Rights — Adding information on your own!

First you need to make sure you are a registered bidder on the WLivestock Website: Click Here To Register!

Once you have registered please contact Becky in the office via email (becky@wlivestock.com) or phone/text message (317-809-1282). As soon as you notify her she will set you up with your administrative rights to load your information to your lot(s).

Adding your information to your lots!

After you have been given your administrative rights you will log to the Wlivestock Website using the username and password you created. Once logged in you will have a Blue ADMIN on the left hand side of the website under “General Payments”, follow the steps below to add your lot information.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need assistance, our office phone number is 317-966-4332!

We truly  look forward to serving your sales needs!

If you have questions or need any assistance pertaining to pictures/videos, please do not hesitate to call.

See you soon!

The Willoughby Sales Team

Use the Online Sale Template for data entry to the sale.

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