This beef originates on farm by crossing some of our Holstein cows with Wagyu sires. The resulting animals are raised using mostly home grown feeds. They are processed locally at a USDA certified plant, aged and vacuum packaged.
Most people have heard of Wagyu. These cattle, originating from Japan, are known for the intense marbling of their meat. Holstein cattle, despite being a dairy breed, also have a high amount of marbling in their meat. The cross has been producing a very high quality beef not only rich in flavor, but perhaps a healthier choice.
There is not only flavor in the fat but also a lot of nutrients. Wagyu is high in a compound called Oleic acid, which gives it a higher portion of monounsaturated fatty acids—otherwise known as the good kind of fat, which does not increase your cholesterol. This Wagyu cross beef will carry some of these same characteristics
We do not sell individual cuts of meat, but rather offer mixed beef packages of customizable sizes, quarter, half and whole batches for your best value. With advanced notice the beef can be processed into different cuts based on one's preferences. Already processed beef is done in boneless steaks, some roasts and burger. We are continuing to refine our cuts to provide the most value to our customers. Click on the link below to learn about all things beef.
With a beef quarter of our Wagyu Holstein Cross you can expect to receive one-quarter of every cut of beef within the beef. On average we find that the finished beef weight is between 110 and 135 pounds but may vary based on size of animal and how you order the butchering. It is recommended that you have 10 cubic feet of freezer space to accommodate this quantity of beef. Mixed packs can be partially customized depending on inventory and will include a mix of steaks, roasts, and burger.
If you are interested in some of the best beef around, reach out. You won't regret it.