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Michifuku

  • Previous #1 marbling bull in the US

  • Thought to be the best carcass bull to ever leave Japan

  • Consistently ranks second in Ribeye Area and fourth in Backfat Thickness

  • According to World K's Group progeny data in Australia:

    • 1200 F1 calves had an average daily gain of 2.31 lbs. when fed out 540 days​

    • 85% graded 3 full grades above USDA highest grade of prime

    • 15% graded prime+ and prime++

  • Embryos available end of 2017

  • Calves available 2018

Itoshigenami TF148

  • Known as an extremely high carcass quality bull

    • very fine marbling

    • soft fat with a low temperature melting point​

  • Considered one of the top three bulls exported from Japan, according to David Blackmore (renowned Australian Wagyu producer)​

  • Embryos available by end of 2017

Kitateruyasudoi J2810

  • Proven high carcass quality bull

    • top marbling and marble fineness scores

      • (Australian Wagyu Association EBVs)

  • Sire of the #4 marbling sire in the US

  • Embryos available by end of 2017

Haruki II

  • Trait leader in Australian Breedplan for gestation length, 200/400/600 day weights, good IMF scores, and provides ample milk genetics to his daughters

  • Under rated paternal brother to Michifuku

  • Very well balanced bloodline combination --- Tajima, Itozakura, Shimane, and Kedaka

  • Embryos available

Shidoosha

  • Sired by the famous Michifuku --- previous #1 marbling bull in the US​

  • Dam is Fujiko --- first full blood born in the US

    • daughter of Haurki II and Okutani (one of three original females imported in 1993)​

    • Fujiko cloning rights were sold for $26,000 in 2012

    • one of the most influential bloodlines in the Wagyu breed

  • SCD score of AA​

  • highly sought after bull due to his balance of marbling, calving ease, maternal traits, and exceptional disposition

CHR Takazakura 101L

  • Very well-balanced bull

    • marbling and growth traits from his Tajima sire, Takazakura​

    • size, frame, growth, and milking qualities from his Fujiyoshi maternal line

  • Known for passing on great length of body and added muscle shape​

Shigeshigetani

  • Sired by Haruki II – very under rated bull who is a trait leader for Australian Breedplan in gestation length, 200/400/600 day weights, and provides ample milk genetics to his daughters

  • Dam is Suzutani – one of the top Wagyu cows in the breed outside of Japan 

  • Shigeshgetani is the half brother to Sanjirou (#3 marbling sire in the United States)

  •  According the World K’s Group, 3800 F1 calves had an ADG of 2.156 when fed 540 days

    • 90% graded 3 full grades above USDA highest grade of prime

    • 10% graded prime+ and prime++

HW Itofujimichi 61Y

  • 2014 NWSS Grand Champion Black Fullblood Bull

  • Son of the great Itomichi 1/2

    • ​large framed animals that retain good marbling traits, high milking characteristics

  • Dam is a line bred Tajima female descending from the famous cow Fujiko and sire Michifuku

  • Known for exceptional disposition, high marbling, and strong maternal traits

CHR Hirashige 170P

  • Both sides of pedigree known for size and growth

    • Paternal grandsire is Hirashigetayasu J2351

    • Maternal grandsire is TF Kikuhana

  • Good milking traits from both sides of pedigree, according to Australian Wagyu Assoc EBVs

Hanshoku

  • Full brother to the popular Shigeshigetani

  • Sired by Haruki II – very under rated bull who is a trait leader for Australian Breedplan in gestation length, 200/400/600 day weights, and provides ample milk genetics to his daughters

  • Dam is Suzutani – one of the top Wagyu cows in the breed outside of Japan

Shokura 4

  • Sire is Hanshoku - full brother to the popular Shigeshigetani​​

  • Paternal grandsire Haruki II

    • very under rated bull who is a trait leader for Australian Breedplan in gestation length, 200/400/600 day weights, and provides ample milk genetics to his daughters

  • Paternal grand-dam Suzutani

    • one of the top Wagyu cows in the breed outside of Japan

  • Maternal grandsire Takazakura 101L

    • known for passing on great length of body and added muscle shape​

MFC Hirashige 0-40

  • Very well-rounded pedigree

  • Sire is Hirashigetayasu J2351

    •  known for growth, balance, and larger frame

  • Dam is a daughter of Michifuku

    • ​Michifuku is the previous #1 marbling bull in the US

Kevinhanafuji

  • Sired by the famous Kenhanafuji

  • Grandsire is Itohana - one of the highest marbling sons from Dai 7 Itozakura​​

  • Dam is daughter from breeding of Haruki II/Suzutani

    • Haruki II is a very under-rated bull who is a trait leader for Australian Breedplan in gestation length, 200/400/600 day weights, and provides ample milk genetics to his daughters

    • Suzutani is one of the top Wagyu cows in the breed outside of Japan

Sanjirou

  • Potential to become one of the most influential sires of the Tajima line

  • Known for great meat quality, large ribeye area, thick rib, and high yields

  • Ranks 3rd highest in marbling (2006 US Wagyu Sire Summary)

  • Sired by the famous Michifuku --- previous #1 marbling bull in the US​

  • Dam is Suzutani --- known as the "Queen of the Wagyu breed"​

  • According the World K’s Group, 6800 F1 calves had an ADG of 2.09 when fed 540 days

    • 88% graded 3 full grades above USDA highest grade of prime

    • 12% graded prime+ and prime++

  • Available soon

Hirashigetayasu J2351

  • Promising bull from the Kedaka lineage

  • Strong propensity for growth and balance with a larger frame

  • Sired by Dai 20 Hirashige J287 - considered one of the greatest Wagyu sires from Japan

  • Maternal great grandsire is the well respected Tajima-line Tayasudoi

  • Available soon

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