Strommen Ranch Hiring 2018 Summer Interns

Strommen Ranch is a purebred Angus operation located 37 miles south of Mandan, N.D. The Strommen family run approximately 250 head of registered Angus and commercial cattle, which are used extensively in an embryo-transfer program.

The Strommen Ranch Internship is designed to give students valuable experiences across a wide range of ranch management activities on a purebred cattle operation. Depending on intern’s experience, duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Insemination/Embryo Transfer program – *Priority* – Assist in the implementation of synchronization protocols, heat detection, artificial insemination and embryo transfer process. You’ll also be exposed to our philosophies on genetic selection.
  • Ranch marketing – Assist in various livestock promotion and marketing activities, including, but not limited to, ranch and livestock photography, advertising design, website development, videography, promotion across social media platforms and hosting international and domestic cattle tours.
  • Range management and rotational grazing – Assist in the implementation of our rotational grazing system across two ranches that feature different terrains and ecosystems.

Strommen Ranch is committed to helping students achieve several resume-building experiences, tailored to their unique interests and capabilities.

  • Who Should Apply: Students interested in livestock production and promotion. Special consideration
  • will be given to students with equine experience.
  • What: Paid internship, including private housing at the ranch and family-style meals.
  • When: Mid-May through Mid-July, actual dates are flexible.
  • Where: Fort Rice, North Dakota.

To Apply: E-mail a cover letter, resume and 3 references, including the name of your advisor, to Aaron & Sheyna Strommen,

Application Deadline: March 20, 2018

Visit to learn more about the operation. Call Aaron with questions (701) 290-7983.


Posted: December 20, 2017


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