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Mrnak Herefords 44th Annual Production Sale

Jay George
Scott Fladeland of Ross, ND.

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Mrnak Herefords is a long established seedstock source whose genetics have made real impact in breeder programs across America and commercial cowherds across the Northern Plains. The Mrnak name is synonymous with performance and quality. Their program is built upon generations of proven genetics breeding rugged, sound structured Herefords whose performance covers the whole scope of the beef industry from commercial cowherds to the feedlot and a valuable end-product on the carcass rail.

Headquartered out of Bowman, ND, Wayne, Terry and the Mrnak families presented their 44th annual production sale at the Bowman (ND) Auction Market dedicating the event to their late father, Jim Mrnak, a long-time, well-respected Hereford breeder and community and beef industry leader. The big sale featured the Mrnak bulls, Hereford replacement heifers and a special consignment of commercial Hereford and baldie heifers from Mrnaks and their bull customers.

Sale headline was Mrnak’s 2011 Denver Reserve Champion Carload which drew a full-house crowd of cattlemen from across the country. A powerful load that competed on the highest level of national competition, they were impressive and included sons of cornerstone sire MH Monument 3147, a six-trait Hereford Sire Summary Leader. A special attraction was the sale of a standout 2010 show heifer MH Miss Rambo 050, the 2010 Canadian Agribition Champion, and she commanded $25,000.

It was an outstanding sale on all classes of cattle and will be listed among the strongest marketing events of the 2011 spring season. Breeders and rancher cowmen alike competed to invest in a powerful set of cattle backed by a family that’s been committed to breeding great Herefords for four generations!

Mrnak Herefords is a long established seedstock source whose genetics have made real impact in breeder programs across America and commercial cowherds across the Northern Plains. The Mrnak name is synonymous with performance and quality. Their program is built upon generations of proven genetics breeding rugged, sound structured Herefords whose performance covers the whole scope of the beef industry from commercial cowherds to the feedlot and a valuable end-product on the carcass rail.

Headquartered out of Bowman, ND, Wayne, Terry and the Mrnak families presented their 44th annual production sale at the Bowman (ND) Auction Market dedicating the event to their late father, Jim Mrnak, a long-time, well-respected Hereford breeder and community and beef industry leader. The big sale featured the Mrnak bulls, Hereford replacement heifers and a special consignment of commercial Hereford and baldie heifers from Mrnaks and their bull customers.

Sale headline was Mrnak’s 2011 Denver Reserve Champion Carload which drew a full-house crowd of cattlemen from across the country. A powerful load that competed on the highest level of national competition, they were impressive and included sons of cornerstone sire MH Monument 3147, a six-trait Hereford Sire Summary Leader. A special attraction was the sale of a standout 2010 show heifer MH Miss Rambo 050, the 2010 Canadian Agribition Champion, and she commanded $25,000.

It was an outstanding sale on all classes of cattle and will be listed among the strongest marketing events of the 2011 spring season. Breeders and rancher cowmen alike competed to invest in a powerful set of cattle backed by a family that’s been committed to breeding great Herefords for four generations!

Mrnak Herefords is a long established seedstock source whose genetics have made real impact in breeder programs across America and commercial cowherds across the Northern Plains. The Mrnak name is synonymous with performance and quality. Their program is built upon generations of proven genetics breeding rugged, sound structured Herefords whose performance covers the whole scope of the beef industry from commercial cowherds to the feedlot and a valuable end-product on the carcass rail.

Headquartered out of Bowman, ND, Wayne, Terry and the Mrnak families presented their 44th annual production sale at the Bowman (ND) Auction Market dedicating the event to their late father, Jim Mrnak, a long-time, well-respected Hereford breeder and community and beef industry leader. The big sale featured the Mrnak bulls, Hereford replacement heifers and a special consignment of commercial Hereford and baldie heifers from Mrnaks and their bull customers.

Sale headline was Mrnak’s 2011 Denver Reserve Champion Carload which drew a full-house crowd of cattlemen from across the country. A powerful load that competed on the highest level of national competition, they were impressive and included sons of cornerstone sire MH Monument 3147, a six-trait Hereford Sire Summary Leader. A special attraction was the sale of a standout 2010 show heifer MH Miss Rambo 050, the 2010 Canadian Agribition Champion, and she commanded $25,000.

It was an outstanding sale on all classes of cattle and will be listed among the strongest marketing events of the 2011 spring season. Breeders and rancher cowmen alike competed to invest in a powerful set of cattle backed by a family that’s been committed to breeding great Herefords for four generations!

Mrnak Herefords is a long established seedstock source whose genetics have made real impact in breeder programs across America and commercial cowherds across the Northern Plains. The Mrnak name is synonymous with performance and quality. Their program is built upon generations of proven genetics breeding rugged, sound structured Herefords whose performance covers the whole scope of the beef industry from commercial cowherds to the feedlot and a valuable end-product on the carcass rail.

Headquartered out of Bowman, ND, Wayne, Terry and the Mrnak families presented their 44th annual production sale at the Bowman (ND) Auction Market dedicating the event to their late father, Jim Mrnak, a long-time, well-respected Hereford breeder and community and beef industry leader. The big sale featured the Mrnak bulls, Hereford replacement heifers and a special consignment of commercial Hereford and baldie heifers from Mrnaks and their bull customers.

Sale headline was Mrnak’s 2011 Denver Reserve Champion Carload which drew a full-house crowd of cattlemen from across the country. A powerful load that competed on the highest level of national competition, they were impressive and included sons of cornerstone sire MH Monument 3147, a six-trait Hereford Sire Summary Leader. A special attraction was the sale of a standout 2010 show heifer MH Miss Rambo 050, the 2010 Canadian Agribition Champion, and she commanded $25,000.

It was an outstanding sale on all classes of cattle and will be listed among the strongest marketing events of the 2011 spring season. Breeders and rancher cowmen alike competed to invest in a powerful set of cattle backed by a family that’s been committed to breeding great Herefords for four generations!

Mrnak Herefords is a long established seedstock source whose genetics have made real impact in breeder programs across America and commercial cowherds across the Northern Plains. The Mrnak name is synonymous with performance and quality. Their program is built upon generations of proven genetics breeding rugged, sound structured Herefords whose performance covers the whole scope of the beef industry from commercial cowherds to the feedlot and a valuable end-product on the carcass rail.

Headquartered out of Bowman, ND, Wayne, Terry and the Mrnak families presented their 44th annual production sale at the Bowman (ND) Auction Market dedicating the event to their late father, Jim Mrnak, a long-time, well-respected Hereford breeder and community and beef industry leader. The big sale featured the Mrnak bulls, Hereford replacement heifers and a special consignment of commercial Hereford and baldie heifers from Mrnaks and their bull customers.

Sale headline was Mrnak’s 2011 Denver Reserve Champion Carload which drew a full-house crowd of cattlemen from across the country. A powerful load that competed on the highest level of national competition, they were impressive and included sons of cornerstone sire MH Monument 3147, a six-trait Hereford Sire Summary Leader. A special attraction was the sale of a standout 2010 show heifer MH Miss Rambo 050, the 2010 Canadian Agribition Champion, and she commanded $25,000.

It was an outstanding sale on all classes of cattle and will be listed among the strongest marketing events of the 2011 spring season. Breeders and rancher cowmen alike competed to invest in a powerful set of cattle backed by a family that’s been committed to breeding great Herefords for four generations!


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