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Mrnak Hereford Ranch 42nd Annual Production Sale

Doug Hogan

TSLN photos by Doug HoganFrom left to right: Kyle, Brian, Dana Kuelbs and Courtney Zimmer of Grey Eagle, MN. Kyle is a repeat buyer and purchased the second high selling bull.

Mrnak Hereford held their 42nd annual production sale at Bowman Livestock on Feb. 15. The Mrnak family, Jim and Marlene, Wayne, Jill and Robyn, Terry, Debby and Andy, and Brent and Jenna, welcomed a large crowd. They were pleased to announce this year’s offering of two-year-old bulls including the 2009 National Western Carload Bulls.

Mrnak’s long-term breeding program proves to be a good program for the seedstock producers as well as the commercial cattlemen and women. These bulls were rugged, stout, and will work in all conditions and that is why the Mrnak family continues to grow their business with new and repeat buyers. Mrnak Herefords genetics have and will continue to base on maternal strength, high milk fertility, good dispositions and calves with excellent gain capabilities.

With these conditions, the bulls prove to be what the buyers want. They go out and work and maintain that body condition even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate.

Mrnak Hereford held their 42nd annual production sale at Bowman Livestock on Feb. 15. The Mrnak family, Jim and Marlene, Wayne, Jill and Robyn, Terry, Debby and Andy, and Brent and Jenna, welcomed a large crowd. They were pleased to announce this year’s offering of two-year-old bulls including the 2009 National Western Carload Bulls.

Mrnak’s long-term breeding program proves to be a good program for the seedstock producers as well as the commercial cattlemen and women. These bulls were rugged, stout, and will work in all conditions and that is why the Mrnak family continues to grow their business with new and repeat buyers. Mrnak Herefords genetics have and will continue to base on maternal strength, high milk fertility, good dispositions and calves with excellent gain capabilities.

With these conditions, the bulls prove to be what the buyers want. They go out and work and maintain that body condition even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate.

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Mrnak Hereford held their 42nd annual production sale at Bowman Livestock on Feb. 15. The Mrnak family, Jim and Marlene, Wayne, Jill and Robyn, Terry, Debby and Andy, and Brent and Jenna, welcomed a large crowd. They were pleased to announce this year’s offering of two-year-old bulls including the 2009 National Western Carload Bulls.

Mrnak’s long-term breeding program proves to be a good program for the seedstock producers as well as the commercial cattlemen and women. These bulls were rugged, stout, and will work in all conditions and that is why the Mrnak family continues to grow their business with new and repeat buyers. Mrnak Herefords genetics have and will continue to base on maternal strength, high milk fertility, good dispositions and calves with excellent gain capabilities.

With these conditions, the bulls prove to be what the buyers want. They go out and work and maintain that body condition even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate.

Mrnak Hereford held their 42nd annual production sale at Bowman Livestock on Feb. 15. The Mrnak family, Jim and Marlene, Wayne, Jill and Robyn, Terry, Debby and Andy, and Brent and Jenna, welcomed a large crowd. They were pleased to announce this year’s offering of two-year-old bulls including the 2009 National Western Carload Bulls.

Mrnak’s long-term breeding program proves to be a good program for the seedstock producers as well as the commercial cattlemen and women. These bulls were rugged, stout, and will work in all conditions and that is why the Mrnak family continues to grow their business with new and repeat buyers. Mrnak Herefords genetics have and will continue to base on maternal strength, high milk fertility, good dispositions and calves with excellent gain capabilities.

With these conditions, the bulls prove to be what the buyers want. They go out and work and maintain that body condition even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate.

Mrnak Hereford held their 42nd annual production sale at Bowman Livestock on Feb. 15. The Mrnak family, Jim and Marlene, Wayne, Jill and Robyn, Terry, Debby and Andy, and Brent and Jenna, welcomed a large crowd. They were pleased to announce this year’s offering of two-year-old bulls including the 2009 National Western Carload Bulls.

Mrnak’s long-term breeding program proves to be a good program for the seedstock producers as well as the commercial cattlemen and women. These bulls were rugged, stout, and will work in all conditions and that is why the Mrnak family continues to grow their business with new and repeat buyers. Mrnak Herefords genetics have and will continue to base on maternal strength, high milk fertility, good dispositions and calves with excellent gain capabilities.

With these conditions, the bulls prove to be what the buyers want. They go out and work and maintain that body condition even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate.

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