Wagyu cattle are treated with extreme attention from its farmers, from morning to night, 365 days a year. Maternal sows and calves receive special attention as it protects the future of the farms and the next generations of cattle.
To protect the calves and make sure they grow healthy and strong, they are bottle-fed after birth. Wagyu maternal sows and their calves are raised in an environment that is free of stress. This personal care is given by the farmers ensures that future generations of Wagyu remain at a high-level pedigree quality.
A Wagyu Feeding farm begins each day by providing feed to their cattle. Then, farmers go through each and every single head of cattle, to check for their health. This health check is a very important part, performed 365 days a year, without exception.
Japanese Wagyu enjoy an extremely rich diet that promotes their quintessential omega fatty acid-rich diet intramuscular marbling, high in oleic acid. The rice straw they consume daily is partially responsible for the marbling.