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Wagyu is a term that means Japanese cow. So Wagyu refers to all breeds of Japanese beef cattle. Wagyu were initially used in draft animals used in agriculture, chosen for their physical endurance. This created the intense marbling that you can find in their meat.
Wagyu is a horned breed and the cattle is either black or red in color. Slaughter age is very early being around 28-30 months old. The taste of Wagyu beef is described as a tender and buttery texture that melts in one’s mouth. This unique flavor has led Wagyu beef into Gourmet restaurants worldwide.
Not only Wagyu beef is delicious but it it’s healthier and more beneficial for consumption due to the fact that its content of mono-unsaturated fat to saturated fat ratio is higher.
Wagyu Cattle For Sale In Massachusetts
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- Also, check out Massachusetts breeders of some other farm animals: Belted Galloway Cattle, Romanov Sheep, or Fell Pony
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