The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) has announced changes to their entries and check-in process for the 2019 dairy shows.
Changes to the dairy show include the following:
- Dairy cattle will be required to have a USDA840 EID Tag. This includes all transit and sale cattle;
- All cattle shall be reported negative on an ELISA or PCR BVD-PI test that has been collected by an accredited veterinarian. The results and date of the test shall be recorded on the CVI issued for entry onto the Kentucky Expo Center for the NAILE;
- Herd units will be allowed two (2) wild card substitutions per breed;
- Tack space will be available for purchase-$25/tie. Stalling request form will be available online. Request needs to be made per string.
All show strings and exhibitor groups must complete the stalling request form available at livestockexpo.org by October 20, no exceptions according to the premium book on the NAILE website. Tie space will be available based on availability. Additional space is priced at $25 per 3’ tie space. The amount of space granted will be based on number of head delivered. (Extra animals entered and not brought will not be allotted the purchased space.)
- Strings 1-4 head are allowed to purchase up to 3 additional tie spaces.
- Strings 5-9 head are allowed to purchase up to 6 additional tie spaces.
- Strings 10-14 head are allowed to purchase up to 9 additional tie spaces.
- Strings 15 + head are allowed to purchase up to 12 additional tie spaces.
Stalling questions may be directed to superintendent Dan Grigson, 606-669-0221 or [email protected].
For information on show entry fees, rules and deadline, visit Livestock Expo. September 20 is the deadline for open and junior show entries and also final 3-year-old nominations for the 2019 National Jersey Jug Futurity. For premium list with show rules and entry forms, visit the website here or call 502/595-3166.
Sponsorships for the All American are still available. To find out more about supporting the events in November, please contact All American Coordinator Kim Billman at 614.322.4451 or by email at [email protected].
The All American Jersey Show & Sale is an annual production of the American Jersey Cattle Association, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Approximately 100 Jersey breeders from across the United States serve on the All American planning committees, which meet annually in March.