Fullblood Wagyu Highly Sought after Rare Original Genetics.
  Fullblood Wagyu Highly Sought after Rare Original Genetics.

Red  Wagyu / Akaushi

FB34903 Cow 702.

There are special cows and then there is P702. This is the last calf and she was naturally born out of JVP 702 HOMARE-27. Only two exist in the world. This is one of them. The other is owned in Canada by Wagyu Sekai. Her mother was born in 1997 out of the original import cow JVP 27-HOMARE 128 which was one of the original import cows JVP made in 1994. JVP 27-HOMARE 128 was out of Judo making P702 dam completely unrelated to all Al Wood imports which primarily comprise Heart Brand. JVP 27-HOMARE 128 is now deceased. JVP 702 HOMARE-27 died last year. When I picked up P702 at Bruce Hemmingsen's, I had to bring a Brinks Truck to pay for her. . I did. She was in a pen next to her mother JVP 702 HOMARE-27 whom was just a still unbelieveable cow at 19 years of age. She gave natural birth to P702 at 18 years of age. What amazing genetics. This cow could easily generate several hundred thousand dollars of embryos in her lifetime which has just begun. She is not for everyone. She is for the very serious Akaushi breeders that exist. A cow you can build an entire herd around. If you look at P702 pedigree, it gets even better. Bruce was very smart in paring her with UKB MR SHIGEMARU/803 which has JVP 27-HOMARE 128 in his pedigree as well! She has never been flushed. Just had her first calf which was a natural calf out of our great Shigefuku bull. She is ready to go. If any questions, please call to discuss or come by and see her in person. She is worth the trip alone. 

Midwest Wagyu is proud to own Red Emperor.  He is housed in Australia.  

Son of Big Al whom was the first Red Wagyu bull born outside of Japan.  His sire, Dai Mitsumaru 76 ranked #1 in the Japanese Red Wagyu Directory with A4 and A5 carcases.

Out of one of the best Red Wagyu cows in US History.  Dai 8 Marunami was imported into the USA in 1994 as part of the Kumamoto Prefectural Cattle Improvement Project. Her Sire Dai 3 Mitsumaru 30 was ranked 3rd in the Japanese Red Wagyu Registry with A4 andA5 Carcases. The value of his progeny will make money for programs for years to come.

Midwest Wagyu owner William Neal of Seymour,  Missouri was able to purchase HB Red Emperor in 2013 from Baldridge Cattle of Australia and moved him 850 miles across Australia to Total Livestock Genetics to begin his second life and make him available again.

HB Red Emperor is now 17 years old and no longer producing semen.  Here is your opportunity to invest in his semen while it is still available at a reasonable price.
Here is why you need to use HB Red Emperor:

1) On the Australian EBV Percentiles he is positive in 9 Categories including Weight Gain, Milk, mature cow weight, Muscle Eye Area,  and Carcass Weight.

2) He is considered the top marbling bull of all Red Wagyu Bulls currently available. 

3) He is the last of the original bulls that were born after first importation and his genetics are the finest for marbling yet adding weight, mass, and volume.


------  Red Emperor is now deceased  ------


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1315 Winningham

Seymour, Missouri 65746


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Currently we are flushing to the following bulls: Mazda, 005 Shigefuku J1822, JVP Kikuyasu 400, Beijiro, Mt Fuji out of cows including Mazda daughters, Genjiro, Michifuku, Genesis in the blacks.  

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