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Being raised in Northern Louisiana in the late ’70s and early ’80s, my family had Brahman-crossed cattle in a rural community.

My father bought me my first three cows at nine years old; my duty was to care for the family herd and my three cows. In the fall, one of the jobs I had as a 10-year-old was to bring the cattle in from the range, which included 5-10-mile walks with a foot-tub of sweet feed, with the girls following me.

The cattle would not leave to the range after bringing them to the home-place during the winter months until the first blades of green grass in the spring. And this is where my love of cattle began!

After entering my adult life and traveling globally through my job for metals & mining, I had to visit a client in Osaka, Japan. It was there that I was introduced to Kobe beef.

I was in the hotel when I heard of a small shop specializing in Kobe beef from local farms.


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Wagyu Steak is the most prized and expensive beef in the world. Find out more about Wagyu Beef Cattle and why they’re the perfect addition to any American Herd.

Wagyu beef is one of the most expensive foods in the world, retailing at over $150 per pound. The meat is well-known for its exceptional marbling which gives it a highly desirable flavor, prized by meat lovers everywhere.

The name Wagyu simply means, “Japanese cow” and refers to all breeds of beef cattle in their homeland. The term’s derived from the words ‘Wa’ meaning ‘Japanese’ and ‘gyu’ which means ‘cow’.

It’s a rather mundane term for something so special that it’s got people talking across the planet. Find out more about what makes Wagyu beef cattle so great.