35th Annual Spring Bull Sale April 13, 2013
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Rambur Charolais owns 300 purebred Charolais cattle and will hold their annual 33rd annual production sale this spring in Sidney, MT. They have sold bulls from West Virginia to Hawaii and put their 30 years of experience breeding Charolais solidly behind every bull they sell. Their purebred herd and bloodlines have been recognized at National Shows throughout the United States. They have raised NWSS pen show champions in 1998, 1999, 2002 and 2003 and they also had the 2002 AICA Show Bull of the Year.
The Ramburs breed for profile, smooth shoulders for calving ease, sound feet and legs so the animals can travel the country and a good carcass structure.
In Montana, Mother Nature brings on tough times from wintering and calving in 40 below winters to droughts and 100 plus days in the summer. In this environment, traits like calving ease, ease of fleshing, fertility and structural soundness have a way of taking care of themselves. If cattle don't possess those traits, they are not on the ranch. Their females are bred to be tough.
The operation has used performance testing, ultrasound, carcass collection and is now using the newest technology of DNA testing for marbling.