Wagyu cattle are considered to be the world’s most desirable and expensive source of beef.
Globally the number one determination for beef quality and underlying value is beef marbling – (Intramuscular fat). When crossed with other breeds of cattle, Wagyu cattle have the highest pre-disposition towards increasing marbling in the progeny of any cattle breed in the world.
its subsequent primals.
Premiums are currently paid, for Wagyu infused feeder cattle throughout the world in larger beef supply chains to reflect the premiums achieved for the carcasses and sub-primals.
Low birthweights can increase calving percentages and calf survivability.
Wagyu cattle are very hardy in feedlot situations and can reduce feedlot mortality.
Wagyu cattle have extremely good longevity, with females continuing to produce calves for extended periods compared to traditional beef breeds.
Wagyu bulls are extremely fertile and can breed to high numbers of cows compared to traditional beef breeds.
Wagyu Bulls are extremely hardy and will continue to breed for a high number of seasons, reducing the cost of calf production over the course of their lifetime in a commercial operation.