2 Wagyu Bulls... Central TX ~ PI-N
- Listing Number
- Central Texas
- Ship From
- Milano, TX
- American Wagyu Association
- Number for Sale
- 2 Head
- Est. Weight
- Average 1,000 lbs.
- Birth Weight
- Average 55 lbs.
- Will Guarantee Fertile
- Small to Moderate
- Medium Flesh
- Current on vaccinations
- Pasture & Cubes
- Sell Part/All
- Any Number
- Delivery Date
- Available Now
- $4,000 per head
- Payment Terms
- Verified Check, Wire Transfer, or Cash
- Contact Information
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Z6C-E4 (FB30075) - $4,000
Z6C-E10 (FB30081) - $4,000
Z6C-E4 (Fukutsuru 068 x Sanjirou x Itozuru Doi TF151 x Itoshigenami)
Z6C-E4 is sired by Fukutsuru 068, a marbling specialist.
068 has such a strong ability to pass on marbling genetics to his progeny that every World K’s bull sired by 068 became well known for their marbling abilities.
To round out this bull’s pedigree is Sanjirou, bringing ribeye size and consistency through the Suzutani bloodlines; Itozuru Doi adding size and maintaining fine marbling abilities; and Itoshigenami, well known marbling and meat quality sire.
E4 has been tested free of all genetic defects and has tested free of BVD-PI.
His tenderness testing score is the highest at 10.
He is gentle and comes to feed.
Z6C-E10 Kikutsuru Doi TF146 x Kitaguni 7/8 x TF151 x Takazakura x Suzutani) Z6C-E10 combines the marbling of TF146, fineness of marbling and meat qualities and size of 7/8 and TF151, and the consistency of Suzutani.
E10 has Tested BVD-PI Negative.
Tested BVD-PI Negative
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