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Wagyu around the World - Ireland

GIF for Ohanasaki online sale Ireland May 2022

Oliver O'Hanlon introduced Wagyu to Ireland in 2008 with the importation of slighty more than 50 fullblood embryos from Australia. The "Wagyu Ireland" herd in Killcullen has a Map of Wagyu breeders in Irelandbalance between milk from Fukutsuru and marbling qualities from Michifuku and Itohana 2 in the foundation Lake Wagyu embryos.The herd is registered with the Australian Wagyu Association so that pedigrees can be traced back to Japan. Olver is established in the sale of semen, embryos, breeding stock and highly marbled beef in Ireland.

Semen from Ohanasaki Brilliant is for sale from Ireland and is accredited for export. Embryos from Ohanasaki Breda and Ohanasaki Beatrice from Irish Kobe semen. Both Ohanasaki Brilliant and Ohanasaki Breda have strong milk production and growth rate from their dam Lake Wagyu Y047 and good marbling. Their common sire gives them small birth weight so this is an advantage for crossing on other breeds.Fullblood Wagyu bull calf sired by Irish Kobe Fuji from Ohanasaki Breda on Wagyu Ireland

In-calf recip Black Herefords can be shipped to mainland Europe carrying Fullblood calves. Recip cows like the one photographed to the right will be shipped in calf. This high growth in fullblood Wagyu with good marbling is excellent value and one of the most convenient ways to commence raising 100% Wagyu cattle.

Oliver imported embryos and semen from leading Australian exporters to take advantage of the genomic improvements again more recently.

There are 40 Lots that are being prepared for a Reduction sale in May 2022. Click on the poster at the top of the page for details.

Contact Oliver to check the stocks that are available now and also to see what is due from the next flush.

Wagyu bull Ohanasaki Brilliant of Wagyu Ireland owned by Oliver O'Hanlon

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Ohansakai Breda owned by Oliver O'Hanlon of Wagyu Ireland

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Black Wagyu cow Ohanasaki Beatrice of Wagyu Ireland owned by Oliver O'Hanlon

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The Wagyu breeds have unique qualities that are attributed to origins from the Fourth Eurochs and they were isolated for almost the first two thousand years after arriving in Japan. This has enabled Wagyu to have retained key differences from other breeds while they are classified to be on the extreme within the Bos taurus pool.

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The Wagyu breeds have unique qualities that are attributed to origins from the Fourth Eurochs and they were isolated for almost the first two thousand years after arriving in Japan. This has enabled Wagyu to have retained key differences from other breeds while they are classified to be on the extreme within the Bos taurus pool.

Most Wagyu producers that introduced Wagyu cattle onto their cattle properties around the world had prior experience with other beef breeds or in milk production. However, the philosophy that applies to fattening Wagyu in Japan has been elusive for so long that Wagyu International decided to start translating Japanese.

Research data from Japan was analysed and as a net importer of food their practices have been forced to change since 2015. Research on feeding has taken on a different perspective so reading about latest findings enables Wagyu International to adapt recommendations for feeding according to local conditions while trying to maximize eating quality up to the full potential of the breed with least cost and highest returns.

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