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LMR Kenichi 807T is a 2007-born WKS Michifuku son, exhibiting top ribeye and growth.
807T is a brilliant composite from a mating that blends Tajima/Itozakura/Shimane breeding.
Sired by Michifuku, the superb, 100% Tajima carcass sire imported from Japan, Kenichi 807T was named in honor of the exceptional writer Kenichi Ono who wrote the classic text on Wagyu, Elite Wagyu of Japan.
807T’s sire, WKS Michifuku was sired by Monjiro 11550, listed by Kenichi Ono as #7 on his list of the top 15 most outstanding Wagyu of Japan.
Monjiro, sired by Yasumi Doi J10328, was born March 15, 1981 in Hyogo Prefecture and was the 11th calf by his dam, Harumi.
Monjiro, originally named Harutoshi 2, was just a yearling when he won the number two spot at the Zenkyo All-Japan Wagyu Show and was auctioned for $160,000.
Michifuku’s dam, Michiko J655635, was sired by Tanishige 1526, grandsired by Yasutani Doi J472 and great-grandsired by Yasumi Doi J10328. 807T’s maternal side is linebred to Dai 7 Itozakura, a Japanese bull listed as the #2 Sire, following only Yasufuku J930 in Ono’s tome.
807T’s grand-dam sire, Kenryu is a highly regarded bull from Shimane Prefecture.
His dam, WKS Nakazakura, is a half-sib of Jerry Reeves’ highly regarded Bar R Nakagishiro 56T.
807T’s influence when bred over Shigeshigetani-sired females have performed well, note the rib eye pictured here.
LMR Kenichi 807T has a worthy set of carcass BREEDPLAN figures and he is the sire LMR Hayao 5549C, an AA 10 Sire, also available here from ORIgen.
His nickname Dynamite was given to 807T by the staff for his scrappiness when other bulls encroach on his turf.
Semen is qualified for US, Mexico and South Africa sales.
TESTED FREE for all known Wagyu genetic defects.
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