Eastern NSIP Sale

2019 Eastern NSIP Sheep Sale

The 3rd annual Eastern NSIP Sheep Sale will be held Saturday, August 10, 2019 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, OH.  Make plans now to attend the educational sessions, network will fellow sheep producers and take home some genetics that can improve the productivity and profitability of your flock.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the Best Western Hotel, Wooster (330)264-7750 under “National Sheep Improvement Program.

Check back on July 1 for the catalog and additional sale information!

2019 Consignment forms are due to the NSIP Office immediately following the June 15 data run along with a signed copy of the sale Terms & Conditions.

2019 Eastern NSIP Sale Consignment Form

2019 Eastern NSIP Sale Terms and Conditions

 

2018 Eastern NSIP Sale

Thanks to everyone who supported the 2018 Eastern NSIP Sale!  We put 98 head of top quality genetics to work improving the productivity and profitability of the U.S. sheep industry.  Click on the link below to see a sale summary and check back next week for a full sale report.

2018 Eastern NSIP Sale-Sale Summary

 

 

2018 Eastern NSIP Sale Catalog

2018 Eastern NSIP Sale Consignment Form

2018 Eastern NSIP Sale Terms and Conditions

2017 Eastern NSIP Sale Results

Eastern NSIP Sale Catalog

Eastern NSIP Sale Catalog Addendum

Eastern NSIP Sale Flyer

2017 Eastern NSIP Sale Results

If you have any questions, please contact Rusty Burgett at info@nsip.org or 515-708-8850

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