Currently, J Brand Wagyu sells bulls, steers, heifers, cows, and embryos mainly through private treaty sales with some outside auctions. Semen will be sold very soon from a couple of promising young bulls – a son of Itozuru Doi 151 out of a Sanji 3 dam and from bulls out of Sumo Cattle Co Itoshigenami C151.
The genetics that built the J Brand Wagyu herd are based on the foundational Wagyu cattle that first came to America beginning in 1975. All cattle are DNA tested and bred to rank in the very top tier of all measurable characteristic categories for the breed.
If you are looking to improve your herd genetics or raise cattle for a farm to fork program come to see the cattle at J Brand Wagyu that can help you create a product that proves profitable.
Relationship building is incredibly important to the J Brand Wagyu family. You are encouraged to contact us with questions, visit the farm, and see these exceptional cattle first-hand. Pictures or videos of any animals can be provided upon request. Delivery of animals or genetics can be arranged directly to your ranch. Come see what sets J Brand apart.
Bulls for sale
SIRE OF WJB 111J AND WJB 112J
SUMO ITOSHIGENAMI C151 is 65% TAJIMA and 35% SHIMANE. Sumo Itoshigenami C151 is a proven carcase performer producing an average Marble Score of 7.5 and average Carcase Weight of 427kg across 19 analysed carcases. Sired by TF148 Itoshigenami, who is considered to be one of the most influential and consistent marbling foundation sires of the Australian Wagyu Industry. C151’s maternal pedigree contains the superior matriarch cow TF Dai 2 Kinntou 3, whose foundation dam Ezokinto 1A, was awarded grand prize at the third national Zenkyo competition Japan. CARCASE DATA: Carcase progeny: 19 Average Marble Score: 7.5 Average Carcase Weight: 427kg Genetic Test
The maternal dam is sired by Michifuku and the grand dam is TAKEDA FARM DAI 2 KINNTOU 35/3, one of the superior Takeda Farm Shimane dams imported by Sumo Cattle company in 1997.
This cow was renowned for its superior frame size and weight. The marble scores of male progeny (carcases) resulting from C151 show excellent marbling (EBV +1.6).
WJB C151 ITOSHIGENAMI 111J
Registration Number: U76516
Date of Birth: 11/02/2021
WJB C151 ITOGHIGENAMI 112J
Registration Number: U76517
Date of Birth: 11/02/2021
WJB MICHIYOSHI 901G
Regisration Number: FB52237
Date of Birth: 09/07/2019
MFC MICHIYOSHI 522C (FB21095) X 2+K KAGAYAKI 010 (FB7866)
This young bull's sire, MFC Michiyoshi 522C, is the only DNA verified SCD AA-10 son of the late Michiyoshi. MFC Michiyoshi 522C is well on his way to exceeding his sire in bringing not only a higher SCD score of AA-10, but also a drastic increase in size.
The dam, 2+K Kagayaki 010 is the daughter of the highly sought after World K's Shigeshigetani. This is a cow that will bring size to your herd. This cow is a prolific embryo producer and free of all genetic disorders
WJB Michiyoshi 901G has an SCD score of VA-7 and is free of all genetic disorders.
Selling for $7,500
WJB DOI 151J ET
Registration Number: U75874
Date of Birth: 09/18/2021
FREE OF ALL GENETIC DISORDERS
ITOZURU DOI TF 151 (FB3685) X CHR MS SANJIROU 909F ET (FB44432)
This is a very special offer. In this mating, we combine the #1 marbling sire in the US, Sanjiro 3 with what is said to be the greatest Wagyu bull of all time, Itozuru Doi. Lets begin with TF151 (Itozuru Doi); In the Mayura Station herd, TF151 averaged an 8.78 MS, 990 lbs HCW, and a 16.03 In2 REA across 17 carcasses. In the Blackmore Wagyu herd across 325 carcasses on feed for 650 days TF151 averaged a 1,005 lbs HCW, 14.8 In2 REA, and 302 of 325 graded a MS 9 or 9+. He was extremely big framed, weighing 2,420 lbs, and carried early maturing traits that produce great fullblood mothers with excellent milk. He is also the best marbling bull of the Fujiyoshi bloodlines. By the time his progeny was tested, and his value was discovered, Itozurudoi TF151 was deceased, leaving a very limited supply of semen. Itozurudoi TF151 was born March 12, 1991 and exported by Shogo Takeda in 1997 in the final shipment. Itozurudoi TF151's sire, Itokitatsuru J1081 (Tottori), was a son of Dai 7 Itozakura (brother to Kitaguni 7-8 J1530, Itomichi J1158, Itofuji J483, Itofuji J1711, Itohana J809, among many others). In addition to TF151, Itokitatsuru J1081 also sired Itohirashige J1555, who sired Itomoritaka J2703 ETJ002. Kenichi Ono refers to TF151 as one of Dai 7's most famous progeny. When combined with the top bull in the United States, Sanjiro 3, you can rest assure that the progeny of this mating will be an investment that will take any program to another level.
WJB 151J is, unlike its famous sire, free from all genetic disorders. SCD scores come in at VA-7
We are currently entertaining offers for this special animal and look forward to answering any questions that you may have. Please feel free to text, email or call if you would like to discuss the possibility of obtaining ownership of this wonderful young bull.
steers for sale
We have number of Fullblood Wagyu steers for sale out of Registered Bulls, such as BR Itomichi (FB5100), WJB Hirashigitayasu 806F (FB42527) and WJB Itoshigenami 210F (FB36471).
We have a couple of steers born in July and September of 2020. The balance of the young steers were born in March/April 2021. The attached photos are a representive sample of some of the steers we currently have on pasture. All steers have been on grass with no implants or supplements. Would finish really nicely.
Prices range from $2,500 to $3.200. Let us know what you are interested in and we can get one, or several for you that will fill your needs. We are also able to arrange for delivery if needed.
cows for sale
Full Blood Registered Wagyu Cows Available
J Brand Wagyu can provide proven Full Blood Wagyu cattle with exceptionally strong pedigrees. We strive to use proven genetics with a focus on the great foundation sires that build the herd in this country. All of our cows have been DNA tested and we know what the SCD scores are and whether there are any genetic disorders to be concerned with.
Let us know your needs and we will strive to provide the right animal and pedigree for you and your herd. Contact J Brand Wagyu and let us know what you are looking for. We will work to make sure that you get what you want.
Recip Cows Available Now
Delivery Date: 09/18/2021
Delivery Date: 11/02/2021
Delivery Date: 11/02/2021
Delivery Date: 11/29/2021
heifers for sale
J Brand Wagyu has a nice selection of young heifers for sale. All are 100% fullblood wagyu registered with the American Wagyu Association.
All heifers have been genetically tested for SCD scores and identify any underlying genetic disorders. All heifers are examined by our Veterinarian prior to delivery and we provide our customers with all of the appropriate documentation.
Registration Number: FB45043
L0010 is a son of Mayura Itoshigenami Jnr 0139. Mayura L0010 ranks in the top 1% for marble score EBV and ribeye area EBV and in the top 1% for all 3 Wagyu indexes: SRI, FT, and F1TI. In 2017 he sold for $105,000! L0010's dam, Mayura H0159, reflects Itozurudoi TF151 and Kanadagene 100 bloodlines from the Aizakura maternal line. Mayura L0010 was sired by Mayura Itoshigenami Jnr, sometimes referred to as "king of Australian Wagyu sires", who has been at the top of the Australian published sire reports since 2015 with more than 75 carcasses imaged and measured - he has sired more than 900 Mayura calves at last count. In 2016, 10 straws of 0139 were sold for $30,050 ($3,050 ea.); in 2019 on of his heifers sold for a record setting $280,000 and a son sold for $185,000 in 2018. Mayura Itoshigenami Jnr semen sold and averaged over $55,000 per straw, a world record. Mayura Itoshigenami Jnr is a proven progeny sire a son of Itoshigenami TF148 - and his dam features the genetics of Sanjirou and Suzutani and TF Dai 2 Kinntou 3, an Itomichi daughter from the Hikokura maternal line. L0010 semen is no longer being sold, so the value here is priceless.
Registration Number: FB6538 / IMJFF0005
005 Shigefuku J1822 is a son of Dai 20 Hirashige who is a son of Kedaka. Shigefuku is a bull bred from within the main Kedaka lines formed in the Tottori Prefecture and inherits strongly from Kiko. He is only 100% Kedaka/Tittori sire available outside of Japan. In Japan, Wagyu breeders have shifted to a heavier emphasis on Kedaka lineage since around 2000, trying to focus on larger framed and more growth sire of Kedaka lineage. 7 of the top 10 Wagyu sires in Japan during the 10 year 2005 to 2015 period have been of largely Kedaka heritage and recently the Kedaka cow has been valued above all others in Japan. For these reasons Shigefuku has been growing in popularity outside Japan since approximately 2010. Dai 20 Hirashige is an important sire of the Kedaka line. His semen is still used although the price per straw is higher than $1000 each. He gained 84.7 point as an "Ikushu-Toroku" bull which was the highest honor in Japan at the time. The number of registered sons by this bull is very high. 005 Shigefuku was a bull that never left Japan, just his semen so the supply of semen is almost nonexistant. Shigefuku weighed in at 1735 lbs at 23 months of age - an astonishing weight for any Wagyu bull at that age. We have no known reports of his full mature weight since he never left Japan but realistic estimates are 2400 pounds or more. This is the only known picture of this very rare bull to exist.
Registration Number: FB1615 / WKSFM0164
The legend, Michifuku, is a sire that you can never go wrong with and will always, without a doubt, increase marbling potential and sire beautiful carcasses. Michifuku is thought to be the best carcass bull ever to leave Japan. Even with smaller framed offspring, his progeny's carcass characteristics are superb. Michifuku was formerly the number one marbling bull in the U.S. Wagyu Sire Summary, and consistently ranks second in ribeye area (REA) and fourth in backfat thickness (EPD). Michifuku's sire, Monjiro 11550, is linebred to Tajima J105, great-grandsire of Yasumi Doi J10328.
According to World K's Group progeny data in Australia, 1200 F1 calves had an average daily gain of 2.31 lbs when fed out 540 days. Additionally, 85% graded 3 full grades above USDA highest grade of prime. 15% graded prime + and prime ++.
WJB Itohigeshigetami 210F ET
Registration Number: FB36472
Date of Birth: 2/15/18
<< Pictured is the sire: ITOSHIGENAMI TF 148 (FB3682)
WJB Itoshigenami 210F has the foundation bull Itoshigenami TF148 as his sire, which is considered by the Australian Wagyu industry as the #1 marbling foundation sire and one of the top three bulls exported from Japan and is the only son of Shigeshigenami exported from Japan. The maternal grandsire of 210F is World K's Kitaguni Jr. again a bull, which is considered one of the top marbling foundation bulls available. The dam, CHR Ms Kitaguni 586 is out of World K's Kitaguni Jr and her pedigree includes the likes of World K.s Yasufuku Jr and Sanjiro.. The pedigree of 210F tends to suggests that he will prove to be an exceptional marbling bull.
Itozuru Doi TF151
Registration Number: FB3685 / IMUFLTF151
Itozurudoi TF151's grandsire is Dai 7 Itozakura J65 and his maternal grandsire is Yasumi Doi J10328. He is known as a fabulous composite bull in the industry. Itozurudoi TF151 is 50 percent Tajima, 25 percent Fujiyoshi, and 25 percent Kedaka. He has an extremely big frame, weighs 2,420 lbs., carries early maturing traits that produce great Full Blood mothers with excellent milk, and is the best marbling bull of the Fujiyoshi bloodlines. According to noted Wagyu expert, Shane Lindsay, Itozurudoi TF151 beat Michifuku in every statistical category of comparison in Full Blood Wagyu carcasses. By the time his progeny were tested and his value was discovered, Itozurudoi TF151 was deceased, leaving a very limited supply of semen. The last known private treaty sale occurring in 2017, of which J Brand Wagyu was a part, saw a limited number of straws selling for $9,000 per straw and a 2018 auction of a single straw of semen in Australia topping $4,000 in bidding, making this some of the most expensive semen in the Wagyu breed.
BREEDPLAN figures for Itozuru Doi 151 attest to his immense regard: he is a trait leader and in the top 2-3% for Milk EBV (+8). He is in the top 1% for Marble Fineness EBV (+0.55). Itozuru Doi TF151 is a carrier of F11, but free for all remaining known Wagyu genetic defects.
Hirashigetayasu ETJ001 J2351
Registration Number: FB670 / IMJFAJ2351
Hirashigetayasu was sired by Dai 20 Hirashige J287, a famous Japanese Kedaka line-bred sire. His maternal great-grandsire is the distinguished Tajiri-line sire Tayasudoi. Hirashigetayasu's Kedaka lineage shows strong propensity for growth and balance with a larger frame. An official Japanese progeny test showed that at least 80 percent of his steers would gain A5 grade, the highest given to carcasses in Japan. There were 532 progeny registered in the USA registry and 3,042 progeny registered in the AUS registry as of 5/1/2019. Group C. SCD/Tenderness: AA/4. Tested free of the known genetic recessive disorders.
SUMO CATTLE CO MICHIFUKU F154
SUMO CATTLE CO Michifuku F154 is the highest ranked sire in Australia that is not a known carrier of any genetic defects among those that are registered here in the USA. His Marble Fineness and all three sire indexes put him in the top 1% in the Australian Breed- plan. His Marble Score lands him in the top 3% with 79% accuracy while his Carcass Weight puts him in the top 7% with 85% accuracy! You cannot find a bull like this scoring high for carcass weight, marbling and the self-replacing index without any known genetic diseases! He has had over 185 progeny analyzed and 21 carcasses analyzed. He is 62% Tajima and 38% Shimane.
Registration Number: FB2983
Hanshoku 9066 FB2983 Takada and Tajima Line. Full brother to Shigeshigetani and was sired by Haruki II one of the key Tajima bulls exported to the United States. Hanshoku is a trait leader in the Australian Breedplan in gestation length, weights, and milk genetics. He also provides excellent marbeling due to his Haruki II/Suzutani heritage.