American Wagyu

American Wagyu is a�breed of cattle first imported to North America in the late 1970s; and often interbred with Blank Angus heifers. Any animal with a bloodline of 15/16ths or more of Wagyu blood can be considered full-blooded Wagyu. American Wagyu is a more correct term for the beef; since it refers to the breed. American Kobe is a misnomer; since the cattle were not raised in the Kobe region of Japan. The American Wagyu Association (AWA) represents nearly 200 Wagyu breeders across the U.S.; as well as a few international breeders in Australia; Canada and Mexico.�

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