Big interest in the Wagyu F1 revolution

 

Wagyu industry leaders Patrick Warmoll (left), Andrew Moore, Peter Krause, Anthony Winter, Darren Hamblin, Matthew Edwards and Peter Hughes discuss the best approaches to crossbreeding at the Australian Wagyu Association's conference in Albury, NSW.
Wagyu industry leaders Patrick Warmoll (left), Andrew Moore, Peter Krause, Anthony Winter, Darren Hamblin, Matthew Edwards and Peter Hughes discuss the best approaches to crossbreeding at the Australian Wagyu Association’s conference in Albury, NSW.

RED hot premiums for crossbred cattle with Wagyu content is fuelling big interest from many corners of the beef breeding business as feedlotters and branded beef exporters scramble to secure supply to fill lucrative overseas orders.

Wagyus over Angus females have led the way, Shorthorn crosses have also been successful, in the dairy sector Holstein Wagyu calves are developing a big following and northern Brahman breeders are well in on the act

http://www.farmweekly.com.au/news/agriculture/livestock/general-news/big-interest-in-the-wagyu-f1-revolution/2755216.aspx

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