Full-Blood Wagyu

Our Full-Blood Wagyu

Why Caroland Farms Wagyu?

At Caroland we feed our beef only the best of grains. We employ a pasture raised grazing system for the entire life of the cow to promote herd health and reduce stress on the animals. Our cattle are never placed in a feedlot! We do not treat our cattle with growth hormones, or routine antibiotics. Our cattle are fed utilizing select grazing. Dr. Philipe Moriel, North Carolina State University and Buck Chastain, a nationally respected nutritionist, have worked closely with us to develop a feed program to meet our needs for the cattle so we reach our uncompromising product end goals.

We’ve had great support in building high quality genetics utilizing an embryo and an AI program with breeding advice from Ken Kurosawatsu of Wagyu Sekai in Puslinch, Ontario.

Our unrivaled commitment to bloodline genetic depth assures the highest quality of Wagyu beef available in the Carolina’s. We offer prime plus pasture-raised beef, free from hormones and routine antibiotics supplemented with forage and feed we make from crops grown on our farm. All full-blood animals are DNA registered with the American Wagyu Association. We ultrasound our animals quarterly to make sure the animal is progressing as it should. We want our customers to understand exactly what they are getting: The highest quality beef available in the Southeast!

“We offer prime plus pasture-raised beef, free from hormones and routine antibiotics supplemented with forage and feed we make from crops grown on the farm. We want our customers to understand exactly what they are getting…using terms like American Kobe and labeling Wagyu mixed-blood beef as Wagyu can damage the reputation of high quality full-blood Wagyu beef like ours.” –Bob Jordan, Caroland Farms Co-Owner

The American Wagyu Assoc. estimates that of the 30,000 Wagyu-influenced cattle in the U.S. less than 5,000 are full-blood Wagyu.
Caroland Farms is proud to provide only full-blood Wagyu!