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Marts Angus & Charolais Annual Bull Sale

Doug Hogan

Marts Angus & Charolais held their sale at a new location this year at St. Onge Livestock. Marts Angus & Charlolais is owned and operated by Tom and Robyn Marts and Lucas and Rachael Marts and family.

Marts came to town with a powerful set of bulls. As uniform thick and even, you could tell these bulls are raised from outstanding set of females. These cows must produce or they don’t stay in Marts’ program. These females must wean a 650 pound calf year in and year out. Marts use no creep feed – just the mother’s milk. These bulls have that extra thickness and extra rib raised this way for the cattle producers. Marts’ program allows them to sort the bulls for growth and carcass traits – and can avoid feet and fertility problems that arise when cattle are pushed too hard on feed.

Marts Angus & Charolais held their sale at a new location this year at St. Onge Livestock. Marts Angus & Charlolais is owned and operated by Tom and Robyn Marts and Lucas and Rachael Marts and family.

Marts came to town with a powerful set of bulls. As uniform thick and even, you could tell these bulls are raised from outstanding set of females. These cows must produce or they don’t stay in Marts’ program. These females must wean a 650 pound calf year in and year out. Marts use no creep feed – just the mother’s milk. These bulls have that extra thickness and extra rib raised this way for the cattle producers. Marts’ program allows them to sort the bulls for growth and carcass traits – and can avoid feet and fertility problems that arise when cattle are pushed too hard on feed.

Marts Angus & Charolais held their sale at a new location this year at St. Onge Livestock. Marts Angus & Charlolais is owned and operated by Tom and Robyn Marts and Lucas and Rachael Marts and family.

Marts came to town with a powerful set of bulls. As uniform thick and even, you could tell these bulls are raised from outstanding set of females. These cows must produce or they don’t stay in Marts’ program. These females must wean a 650 pound calf year in and year out. Marts use no creep feed – just the mother’s milk. These bulls have that extra thickness and extra rib raised this way for the cattle producers. Marts’ program allows them to sort the bulls for growth and carcass traits – and can avoid feet and fertility problems that arise when cattle are pushed too hard on feed.

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Marts Angus & Charolais held their sale at a new location this year at St. Onge Livestock. Marts Angus & Charlolais is owned and operated by Tom and Robyn Marts and Lucas and Rachael Marts and family.

Marts came to town with a powerful set of bulls. As uniform thick and even, you could tell these bulls are raised from outstanding set of females. These cows must produce or they don’t stay in Marts’ program. These females must wean a 650 pound calf year in and year out. Marts use no creep feed – just the mother’s milk. These bulls have that extra thickness and extra rib raised this way for the cattle producers. Marts’ program allows them to sort the bulls for growth and carcass traits – and can avoid feet and fertility problems that arise when cattle are pushed too hard on feed.

Marts Angus & Charolais held their sale at a new location this year at St. Onge Livestock. Marts Angus & Charlolais is owned and operated by Tom and Robyn Marts and Lucas and Rachael Marts and family.

Marts came to town with a powerful set of bulls. As uniform thick and even, you could tell these bulls are raised from outstanding set of females. These cows must produce or they don’t stay in Marts’ program. These females must wean a 650 pound calf year in and year out. Marts use no creep feed – just the mother’s milk. These bulls have that extra thickness and extra rib raised this way for the cattle producers. Marts’ program allows them to sort the bulls for growth and carcass traits – and can avoid feet and fertility problems that arise when cattle are pushed too hard on feed.