5 Reg. Sexed Female Wagyu Embryos... Northeast TX
- Listing Number
- Northeast Texas
- Ship From
- Canton, TX
- American Wagyu Association
- Number for Sale
- 5 Embryos
- Birth Weight
- Sell Part/All
- Any Number
- Delivery Date
- Available now
- $750 per embryo
- Payment Terms
- Certified Funds or Verified Check
- Contact Information
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Proven Reg. Wagyu embryos...
Female sexed embryos Sire: CHR Shigeshigetani 542 (FB14299) Dam: L4 F Ito Oli Z1 (FB 14042)
The Sire of this breeding is a very potent marbling and REA bull.
CHR Shigeshigetani 542 had two progeny in the 2018 Texas Wagyu Association Steaks are High Annual Sale.
A daughter of 542 sold for $7,000 who at the age of 18 months had an IMF score of 8.08, a REA of 13.58 square inches and only 4 MM of Back Fat.
A son of 542 also sold in the Auction for $5,000 with an IMF score of 7.55 and a REA of 14.08 square inches.
The Dam of this breeding is a grand daughter of Itomichi 1/2 who is a leader in carcass weight, maternal characteristics and marbling.
On the Dam's bottom side is Fukutsuru 068 and Kikuyasu 400.
This is a breeding that will lay a tremendous foundation of Wagyu genetics for any Full Blood Wagyu Breeder.
Traditional flushed embryos, not IVF.
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