Bear Mountain Angus Ranch
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Bear Mountain Angus began as a 4-H project for Brian and Scott Stoller in 1986 in the foothills of
California, in the small town of Angels Camp with the purchase of two Angus heifers. By 1995, the
ranch was up to 100 mother cows. When Brian went to college, the herd was reduced. In 2001, Bear
Mountain Angus was relocated to Melba, Idaho with the purchase of Foote Acres Angus ranch and
herd. The herd grew to approximately 500 mother cows. In April of 2008, Bear Mountain Angus had
a complete and total opportunity sale to downsize the herd for their next move. As of May, 2008
Bear Mountain Angus calls Palisade, Nebraska home. Currently we are running approximately 250
mother cows. Our slogan at Bear Mountain Angus is "Focusing on Quality with Performance." Our
goal is to breed cattle that are structurally and phenotypically correct with plenty of performance.
Brian studies the cows strengths and weaknesses and mates them to bulls that should compliment
the female both phenotypically and on paper. Feel free to stop by anytime to visit and look at the