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LMR Daisuke 2470Z
  • Reg#: FB14968
  • DOB: 09-2012
  • Tattoo: 2470Z

KITAGUNI 7/8
WORLD K’S KITAGUNI JR.
WORLD K’S NAKAYUKI

WORLD K’S SANJIROU
LMR MS SANJIROU 8145U
BR MS TAKAZAKURA 0652

SEMEN: $50
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4 out of the first 8 carcasses harvested were graded 40% IMF and higher, including 5721C grading 45.46% (below). LMR Daisuke 2470Z currently ranks #3 in the 2019 LMCC Sire Performance Study for marbling, averaging 36.77% IMF based on 8 progeny. If sires with 7 or less carcasses were counted, 2470Z would be Lone Mountain’s #1 sire. 2470Z ranks in the Top 1% of all FB Wagyu sires studied for Marble Score EBV (+2.0). In addition, 2470Z ranks in the Top 3% for REA (EMA) EBV (+4.6) and in the Top 7% for both Marble Fineness EBV (+0.35) and Birthweight EBV (-0.8) in the October 2019 BREEDPLAN Report. 2470Z’s sire, Kitaguni Jr is, according to BREEDPLAN, a Trait Leader, as well as a marbling star (MS EBV +2.2), marble fineness luminary (MF EBV +0.39) and a terrific heifer bull (BW EBV -3.2) - ranking him in the Top 1% of all Wagyu sires tested. His dam sire, WKS Sanjirou is a Trait Leader and in the Top 1% for Ribeye Area EBV (+9.1) - a match made in Wagyu heaven. Kitaguni Jr has been a powerhouse for Lone Mountain, producing outstanding carcasses achieving the 50% IMF range - and Sanjirou has also fashioned high grading steers as sire and as a dam sire (LMR Yasufuku 9310W with 42.10% IMF). LMR Daisuke 2470Z’s dam, LMR Ms Sanjirou 8145U, registers WKS Takazakura as her maternal grandsire - Takazakura’s paternal line reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ of Tajima breeding: sired by Takaei J1412, a son of Yasufuku J930, descending from JVP Chisahime 662. His semen is qualified for US, most of Central and South America, Mexico, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.



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