This year marks 94 years in the Registered Angus business. We are truly excited about this year's bulls as they represent all that we've spent a lifetime striving to breed. They are the are type of bulls that will keep you profitable both now and in the future.
The Spring 2018 calving Internship will provide an opportunity to work with this progressive livestock operation at multiple ranches in Southwest Montana. This position requires a willingness to work with other ranch employees and managers in a complete unit. Long-term interest in ranch management and the registered angus industry is preferred
This paid internship is an excellent opportunity for students to receive hands-on training in ranching and ranch management. Housing and utilities are also provided. Must be currently enrolled as a student at a college or university to be considered. Interns that work during the spring calving seasons may be involved with working with cow/calf herd management, heifer development, maternal herd management, terminal herd management, and feedlot/backgrounding yard operations.
Interns may also assist with electronic identification, artificial insemination and records management. All interns will receive an introduction to range management and ranch financial management. In addition, the internship may include seasonal tasks and assumd other duties as assigned.
The internship dates are ideally from January 15th through May 1.
After assisting with calving, interns will be moved to a role that is more focused on AI and heat detection. This position requires some long rewarding hours and days and a hard worth ethic is valued.
Applications will be accepted from September 1 to September 30. To apply please send a cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com. Call Karoline Rose 406-577-6310 with questions
After the closing date a phone interview will follow for the top applicants and then offers will be made.
Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sitz Angus story begins in Nebraska when Will and Frieda Sitz purchased a handful of registered Angus heifers in 1923. As the herd grew in numbers, Bob became involved in raising cattle. In 1959, Bob and wife Donna purchased the Harrison Ranch. Bob had an eye for cattle, consistently breeding for the best and selecting the type of cattle that would perform for the commercial cow man. With great success, the Sitz Angus reputation quickly grew throughout Montana and the nation. In 1997, Sitz Angus Ranch went through a major expansion with the purchase of the Dillon Ranch and a ranch in the "Big Hole" area. This expansion allowed Sitz to expand our cowherd and offer more options for our customers. Today the Sitz family remains dedicated to the original principals that promoted this herd of registered Angus to national and global prominence - a practical, predictable and profitable program.