1 Reg. Akaushi/Wagyu Pair... N. Central TX
- Listing Number
- N. Central Texas
- Ship From
- Kemp, TX
- Akaushi, Wagyu
- Number for Sale
- 1 Cow
- Home Grown
- 4 years old
- Est. Weight
- 875 lbs.
- Small to Moderate
- Medium Flesh
- Calvary 9, Ivermectin, M LV 6 Shots
- Rye pasture, native grass & Rye hay
- Preg Checked
- To Be Checked
- Start Calving
- # Calves
- 1 Calf
- 9 months old as of mid May
- 415 lbs
- Sell Part/All
- Any Number
- Delivery Date
- Available Now
- $3,950 & $4,250 per head
- Payment Terms
- Wire Transfer, Verified Check or Cash
- Contact Information
Buy these cattle and receive...
You want marbling, here it is!
Cow Y2 Rueshani #65 is a JC Rueshawsan 65 sired cow x JC 82 bred to Y2 Marunami bull 54-01(Big Al 502 x Kademaru 2), pictured, for a August-October calf 2021.
#11 calf is a Y2 Tetsujin sired Akaushi (65% x 35% Black Wagyu) by dam Y2 Rueshani.
Parentage all 100% full blood Wagyu by son of Rueshaw 101 x SR Sanji.
JC #65 is the half brother of JC Rueshaw 75, the highest marbling bull for Houston Livestock Show of 2014 and 2015 grand champ red bull with mature weight of 2,170 lbs.
His show champion sons are JC 140 and JC 171.
#11 Ruemr heifer is sired by IWG 69Z x IWG 75Z, WSI Umemaru x Kaedemaru over Rueshaw 101 x Coates Taiyo.
Cow is registered and is pending DNA with AWA.
Marbling cross again with Rueshaw 101 on Y2 Ruemr's dam.
NO SOLICITATIONS... Contact welcomed from Prospective Buyers Only.
Contact for any other reason makes you both unethical and a nuisance.
- Why Listings on The Cattle Range Are Not Always Current.
- Notify TCR Anonymously if Seller tells you the cattle are SOLD or not for sale.
Warning to Sellers:
Be aware of the following Internet Scam...
A prospective buyer contacts seller and agrees to the asking price and then tells the seller...“Give me your address and I'll mail you Certified Funds right away for the cost of the cattle plus $1,500.00 for trucking to my ranch. Deposit the check and then send the $1,500.00 by Western Union to my trucking company. After they receive the funds, they'll contact you about picking up the cattle.”
The problem is that the check is counterfeit. An unwary seller deposits the check and wires the "freight costs to the trucking company." A few days later, the seller's bank contacts him to advise him the check is a fake and his $1,500.00 is gone.
Because these scammers typically e-mail or text sellers, avoid buyers wanting to do a transaction exclusively by e-mail or texting... If they won't talk to you, caution is in order.
Additionally, unless you are certain a buyer is legitimate...
- Do not accept Certified Funds as payment without calling the Bank or other issuing entity to verify the validity of the check. It could be counterfeit.
- Do not provide your checking account information for payment by wire transfer to a prospective buyer. Scammers, in possession of your name, phone number, e-mail address, bank account information, and utilizing software available on the "Dark Web" designed to hack into financial institutions and banks, will attempt to gain access to your account.