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sire itoshigefuji

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Weighing roughly 2,640 lbs., Itoshigefuji TF147 is extremely large in size for a Fullblood Wagyu bull. Japan-born and a linebred son of Itofuji and his dam, Dai 30 Noboru, Itoshigefuji TF147 is a direct descendant of the famous cow family Takenotanitsruru. His original bloodlines trace back over 300 years.

Needless to say, offspring from this gentle, well-balanced line have excellent growth rate, feed conversion, and produce F1s with excellent weaning weights.

According to David Blackmore, "Itoshigefuji has been the most valuable bull used in our breeding herd. His progeny's carcass quality far exceeded the expectations of his pedigree. The strength, constitution, milk and forage ability has left his daughters the best brood cows in our herd."