UMEZURU DOI 58B
RED/BLACK Horned Fullblood
How many of us have ever thought about how nice it would be to have the growth, milk, eye appeal and grass-marbling ability of Akaushi combined with the extreme marbling of the best Tajima/Shimane black wagyu genetics? Well, here ya go!
Umezuru Doi 58B is the result of breeding the only line bred Dai 10 Mitsumaru son "Umemaru," to one of the largest framed high Tajima cows in the world outside Japan: "Nanashi." Dai 10 Mitsumaru was considered the standout greatest Akaushi sire in the world in a league of his own when the main red wagyu shipments were imported to the USA in 1994. Umezuru Doi's dam Nanashi weighed 1542 lbs the day after traveling 27 hours non stop in August in the back of a trailer from TransOva, Iowa to our ranch in upstate New York. She is by far the largest framed, highest growth >60% Tajima cow we have ever seen. Her sire Itozuru Doi 151 is considered the greatest carcass sire by A to Z Feeders, the biggest wagyu F1 feedlot in North America with 10,000+ F1's and fullbloods on feed. They have hundreds of black wagyu fullblood bulls they use to make F1's and the sire of the vast majority of them is a clone of Itozuru Doi 151. Here you have an Akaushi sire line bred the greatest Akaushi bull of all time bred to what may be the largest framed, highest growth high Tajima dam in North America, who just happens to be a direct daughter of the highest rated commercial black wagyu bull by the largest wagyu feedlot outside Japan and Australia. 'Nuff said!
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Consignor: INTERGLOBE GENETICS
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