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LMR Hiroshi 766T traces to WKS Sanjirou twice in his pedigree. Sired by WKS Michifuku, Sanjirou has the potential to become one of the most influential sires of the Tajima line. He is 100% Tajima – and linebred to legendary Yasumi Doi J10328, celebrated for his ability to produce outstanding offspring, including his most famous son Yasutani Doi J472. Sanjirou’s genetic background suggests that he and his offspring will have ideal meat production efficiency, with great meat quality, large REA, thick rib, and high yield rate.
Supporting that notion, in the 2017 LMCC Sire Performance Study, Sanjirou ranks 5th based on 14 imaged carcasses (30.15%) but it should be noted that there was less than 1% difference in IMF% between #3, #4 and #5 sires (TF148 and Yojimbo were 3rd and 4th). Similarly, Sanjirou in that same study, was ranked #5 Sire for REA, but it should also be noted that less than 0.06”2 REA separated him from the #2 sire, LMR Masahiko 1250Y. Sanjirou’s son, Bar R Sanjirou 4P, was ranked #3 as Dam Sire for both IMF% (30.50% with 16 images studied) and REA (14.33”2).
LMR Hiroshi 766T is a well-balanced bull with moderate Tajima marbling bloodlines, blended with Itozakura, Kedaka, Hiroshima and Okayama – all growth genetics. The notable Takazakura, son of Takaei 1412 (grandsired by Yasufuku J930), features prominently rounding out the balance. Evidence of that balance can be seen in LMR Hiroshi 766T’s set of BREEDPLAN figures for growth and REA. He is in the top 5% for Retail Beef Yield EBV (+1.0) and in the top 25% for Ribeye EBV (+1.5).
LMR Hiroshi 766T is now deceased, so there is a limited amount of semen available. He is qualified for most countries in South and Central America, Mexico and US.
LMR Hiroshi 766T has been tested free for all known Wagyu genetic defects. His SCD result is AA.
Lone Mountain Cattle Co
Grand River, LLC