Wagyu quality varies by producer and there is no standardized grading system for Wagyu (i.e. Prime, Choice). Morgan Ranch Wagyu is 93% or more purebred Wagyu. Most competitive Wagyu products in the U.S. are F1, which is only 50% purebred Wagyu.
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Morgan ranch is a fourth generation farm located in Burwell, Nebraska. They describe ranching as a "commitment, a lifestyle, a tradition, and a love".
Morgan Ranch Wagyu cattle are typically grassfed for 20 months, and then head to the feed lot for 120-240 days. The cattle always have a safe, clean, humane, and natural environment. Take an inside look at the farm and cattle conditions here.
Morgan Ranch never uses sub-therapeutic antibiotics or hormones. The Wagyu breed of cattle is known for its extreme tenderness and incredible marbling. Morgan Ranch Wagyu are F4, which is 93% or more purebred Wagyu.