|Gestation Length||Birth Wt kg||200 Day Wt kg||400 Day Wt kg||600 Day Wt kg||Mat Cow Wt kg||Milk kg||Scrotal Size cm||Carcase Wt kg||Eye Muscle Area sq cm||Rump Fat mm||Retail Beef Yield %||Marble Score||Marble Fineness %||Wagyu Breeder Index||Self Replacing Index||Fullblood Terminal Index||F1 Terminal Index|
|-01.200 64%||-1.6 70%||+1.00 72%||+1.0 71%||-1.0 71%||+5.0 65%||-5.00 66%||-1.10 63%||-8.00 69%||+2.8 64%||-0.60 65%||+0.2 60%||+1.20 66%||+0.170 62%||+$ 137||+$159||+$ 127||+ $ 131|
STUD MR NAMI SUZUTANI 327H 327 is a pedigree specimen. He is a direct son of the Great Itoshigenami jr TF148 who himself sired the number one Bull in the world Itoshigenami jr. Itoshigenami jr semen sells each year in the $68,000 area.
His second generational maternal sire is World K’s Shigeshigetani. A Bull that was thought for generations to be the best, based on his 15K Carcasses harvested ,90 % of those grading three full steps above prime. With modern day genomics now available on Shigeshigetani , one can see the opinion was spot on. He is not only documented now for the exceptional carcasses he produces; he is also a Breed plan Genomic wonder. He is a top 1% in gestation, top 5% in Birth weight, Top percentile in Marble score and flirts with the breed leader at Eye Muscle. Because of these incredible traits he borders on top index numbers in all important categories. Perhaps most importantly, he displays all of these traits with a 90%+ accuracy rating due to his volume of evaluated progeny. To this we add Itozuru doi TF151, well known as the greatest all around sire in the breed.
For a maternal base line, he comes from Suzutani. She is well documented as the greatest female in the breed outside of Japan. The dam of 327 is a top 2% animal for Eye Muscle and sits just below the top 5% for MS with a +1.7
STUD 327 is free of all recessive defects and has tested as an SCD VA Tenderness 10
This young Bull is currently available domestically and CSS exportable semen will be available October 15th,2021
STUD 327 will be taking part in the Australian Wagyu Association’s Progeny test to commence in October of 2021. He is only one of 6 Bulls in North America that will participate in this historical progeny test.