Tajima is the most famous of all the Wagyu Bloodlines originating from the Hyogo prefecture in Japan. They are generally smaller framed with slower growth rates but produce excellent meat eating quality, with a large eye muscle and superior marbling.
Hormone growth Promotant (HGP) Free
Andrews Meat Industries started producing Tajima Wagyu in 2007. Tajima cattle are raised on pastures in the cooler, more temperate climates of NSW, South Australia and Victoria, then brought into an exclusive Wagyu feeding operation where they are fed 3 different specialised rations for a minimum of 350 days, closely monitored by a nutritionist to ensure optimum vitamins and minerals are provided and the animals’ exact needs are met.