Full-Blood Wagyu Beef

$45.00 /lb.
Avg. 12.8 oz.
$14.50 /lb.
Avg. 5.16 lb.
$33.00 /lb.
Avg. 11.2 oz.
$25.00 /lb.
Avg. 2.51 lb.
$36.00 /lb.
Avg. 7.7 oz.
$99.00 /lb.
Avg. 9.6 oz.
$25.00 /lb.
Avg. 1.6 lb.
$55.00 /lb.
Avg. 14.7 oz.
$13.00 /lb.
Avg. 1 lb.
$45.00 /lb.
Avg. 1.24 lb.
$85.00 /lb.
Avg. 1.3 lb.

Petite Tender

Aka: Teres Major

$32.00 /lb.
Avg. 13.6 oz.

Ribeye Half Steak

Aka: Delmonico

$50.00 /lb.
Avg. 1.18 lb.
$12.00 /lb.
Avg. 1.91 lb.
$20.00 /lb.
Avg. 2.84 lb.
$30.00 /lb.
Avg. 14.4 oz.
$99.00 /lb.
Avg. 3.1 lb.
$30.00 /lb.
Avg. 2 lb.

Here at Hartland Hill Farm our pledge to you is very simple: we will adjust our pricing of our Wagyu beef based on the quality of the specific carcass we harvest.

Just like a fine wine, wagyu beef also brings forth a unique range of grades, each with its own distinctive characteristics and qualities. Just as vintages of wine vary depending on factors such as climate, soil, and production techniques, the quality and characteristics of Wagyu Beef can also be influenced by factors like genetics, feeding regimen, and environment.

This yearly variation adds an element of excitement and discovery for our team here at Hartland Hill Farm, allowing us to refine and perfect our strategies in offering our clients the best wagyu experience possible.

Factors Contributing to the Value of Full Blood Wagyu at Hartland Hill Farm:

1. Rarity and Breeding Integrity Originating from Japan: Wagyu cattle are famed for their genetically ingrained capacity for intense marbling. These breeds are scarce outside their native country, and Japan's stringent breeding standards ensure the purity and superior quality of these animals. Such meticulousness in lineage preservation and selective breeding elevates the cost.

2. Specialized Nutrition: The diet of Wagyu cattle at Hartland Hill Farm includes a carefully chosen blend of grains and premium feeds, designed to enhance the marbling that Wagyu is renowned for. This specialized feeding regimen is more expensive and extends longer than that for conventional cattle, significantly increasing the production costs.

3. Exceptional Marbling: The hallmark of Wagyu beef is its remarkable marbling, the intramuscular fat that endows the meat with its signature tenderness, moisture, and flavor. The production of such highly marbled beef necessitates precise genetics and a dedicated feeding strategy, escalating both labor and financial inputs.

4. Extensive Rearing Efforts: In comparison to Angus cattle, which are typically processed around 15 months, our Full Blood Wagyu are harvested at approximately 30-36 months. This extended period allows for the full development of Wagyu's characteristic marbling but requires more intensive care, including practices like regular massaging and sometimes beer feeding to enhance appetite and marbling, thus raising production costs.

5. Prolonged Growth Cycle: Our Wagyu cattle are nurtured for up to three years, significantly longer than the norm for conventional beef breeds. This extended rearing duration incurs greater maintenance, risk, and feeding expenses.

6. Scarcity Genuine Full Blood: Wagyu beef's limited availability, especially outside Japan, coupled with robust global demand, naturally inflates its price.

Conclusion: The cultivation of Full Blood Wagyu at Hartland Hill Farm embodies a dedication to excellence, from rare genetics and intensive care to specialized feeding and detailed rearing practices. These efforts culminate in a beef product that not only justifies its premium price but also offers an unmatched culinary experience, making it a coveted luxury for enthusiasts around the globe