Australian Wagyu

Outside of Japan, Australia has the largest stock of Wagyu worldwide. 

Thus, Australian Wagyu has a marginally unique surface while as yet introducing a rich, rich flavor profile.

Evaluating in Australia is similar to Japan. There are two affiliations which grade Wagyu: AusMeat and MSA.

Most of Wagyu steers in Australia utilize the Holstein crossbreeding technique, with recipe feed differing...

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Outside of Japan, Australia has the largest stock of Wagyu worldwide. 

Thus, Australian Wagyu has a marginally unique surface while as yet introducing a rich, rich flavor profile.

Evaluating in Australia is similar to Japan. There are two affiliations which grade Wagyu: AusMeat and MSA.

Most of Wagyu steers in Australia utilize the Holstein crossbreeding technique, with recipe feed differing among ranches and an absolute restriction on antibiotics. They graze for a shorter amount of time than Japanese cattle due to the seasons.

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