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The Stroh Hereford Ranch


January 3, 2018 | View PDF

Stroh's Hereford Heifers

Stroh Hereford Ranch will be holding their 28th annual production sale on Thursday, February 1st, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. mountain time at the ranch, located 1.5 miles east of the Killdeer roundabout on Highway 200 or 5 miles west of Dunn Center, ND. Tony Stroh established Stroh Herefords in 1950 and along with his wife, Leona, they have been in the Hereford Industry for 65 years. The Stroh Hereford Ranch is currently owned by Tony and Leona's youngest son, Mike and his wife, Dawn along with their sons, Lucas and Matthew Stroh. This year's sale will feature 40 coming two-year-old bulls; ten bred registered Hereford heifers, ten bred commercial heifers, and 10 F1 baldy heifers.

Leona and Tony Stroh were married in 1950, the same year they began ranching.

The sale bulls once again this year are pail gentle, cake broke and ready to go to work for the customers. This year's bulls are solid made, sound on their feet, built thick, and have gentle dispositions. They also have sufficient pigment and are phenotypically correct. Stroh's would like to remind people that a two-year-old bull could service 30% more cows than a yearling bull can.

The Stroh's take part in the American Hereford Association's Whole Herd Inventory Program and keep all of the required records to do so. Videos of the bulls will be available online at in January. For more information, contact the Stroh's at 701-573-4373 or 701-290-1191, or email them at [email protected]


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