Wagyu breeding since 2006

Wagyu breeding is our passion. Our goal is to select the best Wagyu genetics for you. Profit from our breeding animals, embryos and semen. We are happy to advise you against the background of your goals.

Our international network has a clear focus on Australia - here we may call ourselves leading experts due to our long experience!

The legendary beef known as Koberind enjoys an outstanding reputation in the top gastronomy in Japan and the USA as well as a delicacy. But it is also known to an increasing number of gourmets in Europe. Consumers are placing increasing value on regionality and traceability. This is an opportunity for farmers or newcomers to replace imports of Wagyu meat from all over the world with local products. The market is there!

In this context, a wide genetics is the key for a sustainable breeding and production! According to the myth, in Japan Wagyu should be massaged daily and receive beer in the diet to develop the marbling. This is also possible without! The genetic disposition is given, good nutrition also contributes to the exclusive meat product.

The genetic pool has been systematically expanded over the years by imports from Australia and the USA.

Meanwhile animals out of our breeding can be found by many other breeders, not only in Germany, but also in Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, England, Northern Ireland, Sweden and Norway!

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Wagyu News & Articles


On July 23, 2022, the first joint auction of Steffen Schäfer and us took place under the slogan "Production Sale and More - over 30 years of joint experience". A detailed catalog was created, the


Our young bull Sanji WG149 becomes national winner in his category!

From 20 - 21 May 2022 the 1st Wagyu National Show took place in the Central Halls in Hamm/Westphalia. A total of 17 breeders with


An embryo from our breed is the winner of the meat contest in the category "Wagyu under 40 months"!

In the category "Wagyu under 40 months" the meat from a 36-month-old steer was the winner. Besides