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Bay Madoka 85-ET FB12429 (Recessive Free, SCD AA, Tenderness 7)

Hirashigetasyasu X Misako

Madoka 85 by Hirashigetayasu (001) and from Misako, is a Tajima-Kedaka mating that shows balanced breeding. She has been bred to transmit carcass quality of her maternal genes and muscle and growth from her paternal side. A recently harvested 1630 pound Hero steer from Madoka dressed out a beautiful 976 pound carcass at 30 months. Madoka’s daughter Bay Shige Mika 168 FB18854 scores AA-6 for SCD and tenderness. She also won her class at the 2015 World Beef Expo Wagyu show. Mika 168’s sire, Shigeshigetani, is recognized worldwide as a marbling and carcass quality leader. His sons will be prominent sires in the next generation of wagyu genetics. Australian Wagyu Association May 2016 Breedplan ranks Eye Muscle Area +1.8 and Marble Score +0.1 for Shigeshigetani. Mika’s dam, Bay Madoka 85 ET FB12429 (AA-7 and Pfizer MVP 0.73) is sired by the Westholme foundation sire, Hirashigetayasu 001, a growth and frame leader. Madoka’s full sister was Lot 1 in the European Wagyu Gala sale and sold with her daughter for over 20000 Euro. The second dam, Misako FB5768 (1.03 Pfizer MVP marbling) by Michifuku and the third dam by 068 complete a Tajima maternal line. At AA-6, Mika is one of the highest rated Shigeshigetani females of the breed and recessive clean. Madoka continues to be part of our donor program and another shipment recently left for Germany.





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