Wagyu- Limo. cross?

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kenojoe

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My neighbor has 3 Wagyu- Limo. cross calves that I am thinking about buying. Has anyone ever tried a steak from such a cross? It seems to me that they would make a pretty good beef. Any pros and cons on this cross? Thanks Joe
 

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Interesting concept. The heaviest marbling breed with the least marbling breed. A good heavy muscled breed and the weakest (other then dairy) muscled breed.
 

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sooknortex":1r2d5xim said:
Would that be the ultimate "fire and ice" mating?
no, Wagyu x Tuli is more extreme I would say and that is currently being done.

Wagyu x Longhorn cows covered by Belgian Blue. :eek:
 

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Speaking of meat quality, I think the beef will be enough marbled and very tender.
As feeders they will probably not grow that fast; but I assume they will dress out fine, with two fine bone breeds where one provides lots of muscle. Go ahead and buy them!
 

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One of two things either cash or crap. you'll have to wait and see. I don't think I'd give much for'em without knowing how they would do with my bull.
 

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