Add value to your non-replacement animals by using Wagyu semen to produce Wagyu-cross calves.
Wagyu beef is renowned across the world for its high level of fat marbling, making it extremely tender, juicy and delicious.
Why cross with Wagyu?
Produce dairy-beef calves that can be raised for beef and sold at a premium.
The beef animals produced when Wagyu is crossed with Holsten Friesian or Jersey are achieving high praise across the UK and the globe. Especially when you can stamp the grass-fed label on them.
The early maturing of the Jersey breed when crossed with Wagyu produces a high-end product, creating an excellent eating experience in restaurants.
Wagyu bulls are also known for their ease of calving, making them a good option to get the bottom 20% of your herd in-calf early in the mating season.
LIC UK offers semen from on of the top-class Wagyu bulls.
Ohanasaki Brillant S3032 combines three different strains within the Wagyu breed. He is 59% Tajima, 7% Kedaka and 30% Fujiyoshi. His sire, Fukutsuru 004, is a trait leader for milk, birth weight and short gestation length. He’s also in the top one third for marbling finesse. Brillant has crossed very well on Holstein cows over the years, and more recently on crossbred cows, giving a much sought-after animal for the first cross. His calves are quick on their feet with easy calving. Brillant is 10 years old and still going strong, with offspring in Spain, France and the UK. His crosses (F1) have been the delight of chefs in many restaurants. We’re fortunate to offer a Wagyu bull of such high calibre.
LIC UK’s Wagyu semen is limited supply so order quickly.