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The Lone Mountain sire LMR Toshiro 1-3 723T is a Trait Leader among all Wagyu Sires outside of Japan. With accuracy figures of 80%, 723T’s 200-day Weight EBV (+15) and 400-day Weight EBV (+32) are in the top 10% and top 5% of the breed, respectively, according to BREEDPLAN. 723T’s Fullblood Terminal Index of +$223 ranks him in the top 7%. An excellent Milking EBV (+8), ranking him in the top 3%, can be expected to be passed on to progeny from this combination of genetics. In addition, 723T’s Carcass Weight EBV (+37) ranks him in the top 1%. Testifying positively to this number, Lone Mountain has noted an average carcass weight of 1030 lbs.
723T’s dam, WKS Reiko, was among the first foundation animals brought into the US (in 1994) and was sired by Kitaguni 7の8 − who was listed as the #3 Sire by Kenichi Ono in Elite Wagyu in Japan. Kitaguni 7の8 was the winner of the 2002 All-Japan Carcass Contest and is the sire of Kitaguni Jr. Certainly Kitaguni 7の8’s presence on the maternal side of Toshiro’s pedigree accounts for much of his astounding marbling ability.
You can see from the carcass image (shown), the uniformity of the marbling flecks and fineness throughout the ribeye area of one of his progeny, LMR Toshiro 9236W, with an outstanding 43.90% IMF.
His semen is qualified for US, most countries in Central and South America, Mexico and South Africa.
LMR Toshiro 1-3 723T has been tested free for all known Wagyu genetic defects. SCD: VA Tenderness: 6.
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