Since 2005, Lone Mountain Cattle Company has been a Fullblood Wagyu breeding ranch. The desire to create a healthy, impressionable product has been the driving force of producing desirable cattle, with superior genetic traits.
Discover some interesting facts about the Wagyu breed and clarify myths about this breed.
Learn the health factors related to Wagyu, along with what restaurants connoisseurs are saying about this impressionable product. Along with the advantages the breed has to your herd or cattle operation.
Marbling equals big profits for the cattle producer. This section provides insight about the traits of the Wagyu breed.
Wagyu in the U.S.
A history of Wagyu in America, their dominance in the retail industry and the buzz they have created.
Learn about GeneStar and the role it has taken in enhancing Lone Mountain Cattle Company's effective breeding program.
A perspective about how much marbling is in Wagyu beef according to the USDA beef grading system.
Impact of the Tajima, Fujiyoshi and Kedaka Wagyu bloodlines on the breed.
Charolais Cross Wagyu Research
In this experiment, lead by Kansas State University, a Wagyu bull was crossed with Charolais cows in an effort to provide a quality, lean carcass.