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jvp kikuyasudoi 400

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JVP Kikuyasu 400 is a linebred Kikunoridoi bull. His maternal grandsire is Kikuterudoi, son of Kikunoridoi, who was one of the highest marbling bulls in the history of the Wagyu breed, and arguably the most famous bull bred in Hyogo Prefecture, home of Japanese Kobe Beef.

Kikuyasu Doi, the sire of Kikuyasu 400, sired the Grand Champion Group (of four carcasses) and Grand Champion at the Japanese National Carcass Competition. Kikuyasu 400 was the largest and heaviest Tajima bull to leave Japan. At the time, he weighed an impressive 1,980 lbs.

Kikuyasu 400 sired Kinu T077, a cow that produced progeny which, to date, have all graded BMS +9. Hyogo Prefecture, home of the Tajima line, has designated her dam, Kinu 1, the best foundation stock for breeding.