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Chisholm Cattle Company


Akaushi Red Wagyu Cattle

Red and Black Wagyu Bulls for Sale


     With the increasing demand for high quality beef for domestic and international markets, interest is very high in Wagyu cattle.  Premium meat companies are paying a bonus over auction prices for 50% Wagyu calves and Wagyu bulls can help you cash in on those extra profits.  Because their DNA is quite different from that of the more mainstream breeds used in the U.S., Wagyu bulls offer significant hybrid vigor to their crossbred calves.  Retained heifers will also benefit from improved teat and udder quality, fertility, longevity, and moderate size.  

    Because we utilize the top AI sires, the bulls we produce are well suited for full blood Wagyu production or crossbreeding for terminal feeders.  All for sale are 100% full blood Wagyu, DNA parent verified, registered, docile, cosmetically dehorned, healthy, vaccinated, and free of the known genetic disorders.  They are well accustomed to people and have been handled in a gentle, low-stress fashion.  If we don't have what you're looking for, we can refer you to other producers.

Please contact us for a current list of Wagyu bulls for sale, which includes...

Wagyu Bulls for Sale:

•     JC SHIGEFUKU Z222 (FB25636)

D.O.B. 9.16.16;  Tracing back 5 times to the

famous Japanese bull, Kedaka, pedigree

breakdown by strain is 59% Kedaka/Tottori,

31% Tajima, 10% Itozakura.  Sire is the

foundation bull, Shigefuku, who is top-

ranked for milk and scrotal.  Kedaka line

bulls are being used extensively in Japan

for meat production.  Maternal side of

pedigree includes excellent marbling from

Michifuku and Kitateryuyasudoi.  

BW 72#, WW 478#.  

Photo taken at 12 months.  


•     JC TERUNAMI 249 (FB28249)

D.O.B. 4.7.17.  Pedigree breakdown by strain is 55% Tajima/Kumanami, 25% Kedaka/Tottori, 20% Itozakura.  High marbling bloodlines include Sanjirou, Itoshigenami, and Itohana 2.  Sanjirou is the sire of the bull, JC Sanjirou 58, who produced the winning entry in the 2016 American Royal Steak Contest.  BW 57#.

Photo taken at 6 months.


Younger, full blood Wagyu bulls are also available.