North American International Livestock Expo

NAILE in Louisville, KY

Last November, the gals took a little field trip to the North American International Livestock Expo. These photos are long overdue, but we really enjoyed the show and wanted to share them. This expo takes place in Louisville, KY every year in November. For more information, check out their site.


We made it!

There was so much to see. We took in the cows here...


Cuddling up together. Adorable!


This was a big guy!




These guys wanted to say hello!




We really enjoyed walking around and seeing the animals. It was a great expo with lots of events and sights to see. Definitely excited to go back next year!

related topics: farming, livestock

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