(DUTTON, MT) — DeBruycker Charolais, the single largest producer of purebred Charolais cattle, will host is 28th annual bull sale, featuring up to 500 of its top-quality sires on April 2 at the Western Livestock Auction near Great Falls, Mont.

Nationwide, cattle producers desire stronger calves out of Angus-based cows sired by DeBruycker Charolais bulls. And every year, the bulls go faster than the last due to the DeBruycker cattle genetics being more in demand.

Wally Papez of Bridger, Mont., seeks both calving ease and uniformity when replacing his breeding stock. And while he’s used other breeders’ Charolais bulls, he now chooses the DeBruycker Charolais sires for his cow herd.

“DeBruycker-bred calves are long and thick and that's what produces the extra weaning weight and profit,” Papez says. “I'm sold on DeBruycker Charolais bulls.”

DeBruycker Charolais also offers a large selection of seedstock throughout the year. For more information visit www.debruyckercharolais.com