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Wagyu Cattle 和牛

Posted by Bradon and Rachael Wiens on

Wagyu cattle originate from Japan. In fact, the name Wagyu simply means Japanese beef. Now you may be thinking how can you have Wagyu in Kansas? Our operation actually has registered Black Wagyu cattle that can be traced back to japan. The genetics of this breed of cattle is actually quite special.

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Wagyu an Identity crisis in USA

Posted by Bradon and Rachael Wiens on

We believe in complete transparency at Wiens Wagyu. All our Full Blood Wagyu, can trace their ancestry back to Japan and are DNA verified to ensure pure Japanese parentage. We differentiate between our Full Blood Wagyu and Crossbred Wagyu so that you can know what you are getting. 

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Our History

Posted by Bradon Wiens on

  MXLLS​​  Our story starts with KL Wiens (our great grandpa), his full name Kornelius L. Wiens. It is said, he ‘jumped ship’ at age 17 to come to America from Prussia back in the late 1800s and he came to live in central Kansas to be with family. ​ While there he met his wife to be, Agatha. They were wed in 1912 and moved to her family's  area near Meade, Kansas where we currently farm. Agatha’s parents gave them 80 acres to farm and they built a small farmhouse on the land in 1925. By 1929 KL built...

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Wiens Wagyu Genetics

Posted by Bradon Wiens on

We are excited about the calves being born this year (2017) at Wiens Wagyu. We have put in a lot of time, and consulted with some of the best in Wagyu genetics, to come up with what we think will be genetically the best herd we could possibly have. Our goal right now is to have the best genetics to produce outstanding cows that will mother healthy high marbling calves for many years to come. To do this, we are following one of the best Japanese wagyu breeders, Shogo Tekada, way of breeding by mating a high marbling animal with...

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Heifer to Cow whats the difference?

Posted by Bradon Wiens on

If you know what I mean when I say 'I had to pull a calf today', you need not read further in this post. If you have no idea what I mean by that statement then read on because you are about to get insight to events here on the Ranch.

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