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Contact Information

Aaron & Sheyna Strommen, Solen, N.D.

(701) 290-7983

Owned with Kevin Renwick, Derek Goddard and Montana Ranch

Mission Statement

Tehama Blackcap Revolution
Mohnen Substantial

Monna Global 9129

AAA Reg. #:  19603267​​

Global gives us a maternal lineage, herd bull presence and an excellent phenotype on both sides of his pedigree. His full sister is a gorgeous cow with a beautiful udder. His young dam is a full sister to Coleman Bravo 6313 and is quickly rising to the top of the Montana Ranch herd. We expect Global to transmit calving ease in a moderate-framed package with fleshing ability and maternal goodness. Semen available for heifer projects. Commercial and volume discounts apply. Contact us for availability and pricing.

Born & Raised at Strommen Ranch; Owned by Genex

Hard-working, easy-fleshing, moderate-framed, maternally oriented ANGUS genetics backed by generations of Maternal POWER™.

AI Sires

S R Silverado 083

AAA Reg. #:  19932195​​

This moderate-framed, tank of a bull offers calving-ease genetics, backed by Maternal POWER™ for the most discriminating cow man. His productive and fertile Pathfinder dam has settled to A.I. every year and posts BWR 4/97 and WWR 4/109. For docile, good-footed, moderated sized cows that wean a high percentage of their body weight, look no further than 

Owned with Bruin Ranch, Upchurch Brothers and Genex, CRI

Strommen-Owned Sires

Bruin Torque

AAA Reg. #:  18248293​​

There are three things Torque does better than any bull we have ever used – he adds body length, improves disposition, and he stands on a tremendous foot. He works great on those big-bodied, easy-fleshing females that need spine length and extension up front. He improves disposition and feet quality, all while maintaining maternal function and power. We feel the best is yet to come with the daughters he is leaving us. 

The daughters we have in production are excellent mothers. They have near-perfect udder shape and teat size, excellent feet, good dispositions and are very productive and fertile.

Strommen Ranch Sires

Chasing fads or using one-trait selection is a really good way to hurt the important traits we all need to survive in the beef industry: fertility, longevity, sound feet, legs and udders. That’s why we use proven, balanced-trait bulls that have daughters in production and have made Pathfinder status. 

This decision gives us the opportunity to evaluate the bull’s calves and daughters in production before we use him. Many of the bulls we have used were still alive and producing semen at 10 to 15 years of age - a true sign of fertility and longevity that they have likely passed on to their daughters.