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WAGYU SEMEN

V-V Cattle Company's Wagyu semen is from balanced bloodline bulls that are proven for marbling growth and maternal traits.

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Straw prices:

  • Sanjirou 44  $40

  • 148 Itoshigenami  $60

  • 147 Itoshigefuji  $60

  • Itomichi ˝  $60

Bar R Sanjirou 44K

Bar R Sanjirou 44K
This is the 11th rated bull in the AWA Sire Summary for marbling. We were very excited when this bull came up for sale from Jerry Reeves at Bar R Wagyu. This bull not only brings marbling but good frame being a Sanjirou son. This takes all the guess work out of his progeny. He is being used over some of our big cows to bring even more marbling as well as extensively in our F1 program. 

$40 per straw.

   

TF147 Itoshigefuji

TF147 Itoshigefuji
Sired by Itofuji and dam was Dai 30 Noboru. Ifofuji was made between Dai 7 Itozakura and Hirota 1 (she has Dai 6 Fujiyoshi blood line on her sire side).

Dai 30 Noboru was a descendant of Okayama’s original bull called “Takenotani Tsuru” and goes back 300 years and later this same bull was called “Noboru”. Noboru had been used in the Okayama strain generation after generation. Dai 30 Noboru’s dam was sired by Itofuji and dam by Dai 10 Noboru. Noboru is one of the typical large frame cattle in the Okayama strain.

This bull consists of 56% Shimane, 41% Okayama and 3% Kedaka therefore you can expect a larger frame with adequate marbling.

Based on an Australian full blood Wagyu breeder’s carcass data, TF147 has an average carcass weight of 1150 lbs and an average beef marbling score of 8.5 out of 9, on the Australian marbling scale.

$60 per straw.

   

TF148 Itoshigenami

TF148 Itoshigenami
Sired by Shigeshigenami and dam by Fukuyuke. His grand sire was Shigekanenami and maternal sides great grand sire was also Shigekanenami. There are three different strains of Tajima:

1. “Okudoi”
2. “Nakadoi”
3. “Nami”

Shigekanenami was one of the most typical “Nami” bulls. TF148’s sire Shigeshigenami was made double crossing Shigekanenami on the sire side and also on the maternal side to enhance marbling.

TF148’s dam was Fukuyuki and her grand sire is Shigekanenami and on the maternal side the sire was Dai 7 Itozakura. Therefore TF 148 should produce an adequate frame with great marbling. This bull consists of 75% Tajima, 19% Shimane and 6% Kedaka.

Based on an Australian full blood Wagyu breeder’s carcass data, TF148 average carcass weight is 970 lbs and an average beef marbling score of 8.6 out of their marbling 1-9 scale.

$60 per straw.

   

Itomichi 1/2

Itomichi 1/2
Itomichi ˝ is sired by Itomichi and grand sired by Shimane’s most well known bull, “Dai 7 Itozakura” crossed with Dai 2 Kintou.  Itomichi 1/2  dam’s grand sire is 100% Tajima.  This bull’s genetics consist of 13% Tajima, 2% Kedaka, 85% Shimane.  This bull still exists in the U.S. and his estimated weight is over 2000 lbs.
 
$60 per straw.

V-V Cattle Company also has Mr. Takeda's Next Generation bulls available as well as some old foundation sires. Keep checking, as we will have some exciting bulls coming in the future.

 

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V-V Wagyu is a producer of quality Wagyu semen at an affordable price from Bar R Sanjirou 44K, Itoshigenami TF148, Itoshigefuji TF 147,
Itomichi 1/2 TF 36 with maximum marbling, growth and feed efficiency to provide balanced Wagyu cattle as well as optimum GeneSTAR scores.