Terra Mare Prime Angus and Wagyu Beef

Premium Grain Fed Angus and Wagyu Beef

These cattle spend the first 12-36 months in the fertile pastures of the Darling Downs, Queensland. The grazing stage is important to allow the cattle to reach a largely uniform weight and age before moving to a grain finishing period.

  • Grass fed, then finished on a minimum of 400 days (wagyu) or 200 days (angus) of white grain (barley and wheat – not corn)
  • Beef Marble Score from 3 to 8+
  • Delivering the highest quality, tender meat with a rich and silky flavour
  • The most awarded grain-fed wagyu beef in Australia
  • Certified hormone, growth promotant and GMO free
  • Processed in a HACCP and AQIS export certified facility
  • National Feedlot Accreditation Scheme (NFAS No. 247)

PLEASE NOTE: WEIGHING OF BEEF PRODUCTS

This​​ item does vary in net weight and will be charged on a ‘per kilo’ basis via the following order process:

  • A hold on your credit will be placed for the ‘maximum amount’ of the weight range shown (if the weight range is 5-7kg the hold price will be based upon 7 kilograms)
  • Your product will then be picked and weighed
  • The correct weight of the product will be applied to your order and your final order and price will be updated prior to delivery
  • The credit card purchase will be completed, with the amount adjusted to the order total with correct weight(s)

Please note: The final order total will not exceed the amount held on your card prior to order fulfilment.

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Product Specifications
Marble Score (BMS) Wagyu Kiwami 8+
Wagyu Silver 6-7
Wagyu Red 4-5
Angus 3+
Grades / Cuts Porterhouse (Striploin)
Scotch (Ribeye)
Scotch with Rib Bone In (Rib Prepared)
Tenderloin (Eye Fillet)
Scotch Fillet (Cube Roll)
Cattle Breed Wagyu F1 - F4
Full Blood Angus
Traceability Individual cartons can be traced back to cattle with complete life history
Processing Processed in a HACCP and AQIS export certified facility Season All year

Wagyu and Angus Cattle's Life Cycle

0-6 ~ 9 MONTHS OF AGE

Calves are raised on milk from their mother.

9 ~ 18 MONTHS OF AGE

Calves are weaned from their mother and placed into back grounding country where they grow on grass pastures. This enables the calves to grow their frame and muscles in a natural environment so that they can support the weight of their muscles and fat whilst they are in the feedlot.

12 ~ 14 MONTHS OF AGE

This is a critical time in the animal’s life as it develops lipid (fat) cells within its muscles. It is important that the animal is on a rising plane of nutrition during this critical time. If intervention is needed, because of drought, for example, the animals are brought into the feedlot earlier and are provided with the required balance of nutrition during this time.

15 ~ 18 MONTHS OF AGE

Cattle are transported to the feedlot ranch where they spend approximately 30 days on pasture. This enables the cattle to recover from their journey and to socialise with other cattle that may have come from a different location. Cattle are social animals and therefore it is important that they are given an opportunity to sort out their social hierarchy before they are placed into the feedlot.

When the cattle are placed into the feedlot they receive a ‘starter’ ration. This is a carefully planned process to transition the cattle from a grass diet to a grain diet by gradually decreasing the roughage component within the ration whilst increasing the proportion of grain. It takes approximately 21 days before the cattle are on a full ration of grain. The highly trained Stock Team and Feed Team closely watch cattle during this time.

The cattle remain on a grain ration for a specified time. They are fed twice a day (morning and afternoon) and have access to clean drinking water (sourced from Australia’s great Artesian basin). The Stock Team walk through the cattle on horseback every day to check on their health and welfare. Any animals showing signs of illness are moved to a hospital pen where they are provide with extra care and attention.

22 ~ 24 MONTHS OF AGE

Angus cattle will finish their time on feed (minimum 200 days on grain)

30 ~ 33 MONTHS OF AGE

Wagyu cattle will finish their time on feed (minimum 400 days on grain)

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