Ingomar is best known for its sheep shearing plant and is a sheep trade center. The first post office was established in 1910 with Simon Sigman as postmaster.
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Ingomar retains its post office and one rural route with mail delivered every Friday in spite of snow, rain, heat or gloom of night. Area residents banded together to construct a rodeo arena, which has become the home of one of the best NRA rodeos. Rodeos are held throughout the summer and early fall. Across the street form the Jersey Lilly, the local 4-H club has constructed a park with horseshoe pits and picnic tables for public use. A campground with hook-ups is open throughout the year. If you are planning a stay in Ingomar, call the Jersey Lilly at 358-2278 for information.
Ingomar is located eastern Montana, on US Highway 12 northwest of Forsyth.