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Verbandstreffen der Wagyu Züchter Deutschlands vom 01.-03.07.2016

Verbandstreffen 2016

Am ersten Juliwochenende trafen sich die Züchter der edlen Wagyu Rinder in Havelberg und Kuhlhausen. Der Freitagabend stand ganz im Zeichen des Kennenlernens, denn immerhin ist die Mitgliederzahl des Wagyu Verbandes Deutschland auf 130 angewachsen. Viele neue Gesichter waren zu begrüßen. Der Sonnabendvormittag war geprägt von der Mitgliederversammlung und den dort gehaltenen Vorträgen, besonders interessant hier der Vortrag des CEO der Australien Wagyu Association Graham Truscott, der über die aktuelle Lage der Zucht in Australien und im Rest der Welt referierte. Die Havelbootsfahrt am Nachmittag fiel leider „ins Wasser“, denn es regnete wie aus Kannen, sodas die Gäste auf dem Unterdeck des Schiffes verharren mussten. Durch einen ortskundigen Führer und einen Mitarbeiter des NABU wurde die Renaturierung der „Unteren Havel“ erklärt.

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For Sale

We offer for sale:

fullblood Bulls, animals pregnant with fullblood embryos, fullblood embryos, see our new offer on our german page.

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All prices on request! Please ask for more information.


The pedigree of our animals can be proved consistently.

We are member of Wagyu-Verband-Deutschland e.V. and Rinderzuchtverband Sachsen-Anhalt e.G. Our farm is free of BHV-1 and BVD.

F1 and F2 crossbreds

Price on request

We hope we raised your interest and are looking forward to requests. If you have any questions regarding breeding Wagyu cattle, please don't hesitate to contact us our the contact form.

We also offer:

  • on request: Offsping of male and female crossbreds (Fleckvieh x Charolais)
  • hay and straw in round bales (diameter 1,5m) and in small rectangular bales
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Untouched nature

Our farm is situated in Kuhlhausen, a small village which is part of the hanseatic town of Havelberg in the North of Sachsen-Anhalt near the junction of the rivers Elbe and Havel. This area, called Elbe-Havel-Winkel, is subject to conservation status due to its importance as a breeding area, stopover site and wintering ground for waders and waterfowl.

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Myth Wagyu

Wagyu means “japanese cattle” and stands for an exceptional breed from Japan. The breed is also known as “Kobe-Rind” or “Kobe beef”, but this name is just eligible for animals born, raised, fattened and butchered in Kobe area in the prefecture of Hyogo in Japan. Usually Wagyu cattle are black, but there are also red ones. They are a medium-sized breed, weighting between 600kg and 1000kg depending on their sex.

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About

After the collapse of the GDR our parents ventured the step into self-employment and founded an agricultural company constituted under civil law (GbR).

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