WAGYU OPEN DAY DURSLADE FARM SEPTEMBER 6TH

The Hauser and Wirth Estate at Durslade Farm, Bruton, Somerset hosted an excellent Wagyu Open Day on 6th September. It was attended by a number of farmers, some of which were contemplating diversifying into the Wagyu breed, and others who were looking at the best way to start the marketing their own Wagyu cattle as well as restaurateurs and retailers keen on offering Wagyu.

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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE WAGYU OPEN DAY IN SOMERSET ON 6TH SEPTEMBER

The last of this summer's open events is to take place on 6th September at Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset a 1000-acre mixed farming estate consisting of beef, sheep, pig and goat enterprises. The Fullblood Wagyu herd sits alongside an 80-head suckler herd and together they supply all the meat used in its Roth Bar & Grill. Farm Manager, Paul Dovey, will accompany visitors on a tour of the farm which will be followed by a presentation by the Roth Bar & Grill’s Head Chef Steve Horrell.

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AWA's Peter Gilmour comments as Bill Gates praises AACo’s cattle technologies

On the occasion of Bill and Melinda Gates' visit to the Australian Agriculture Company’s Wylarah Station in Central Queensland, Australian Wagyu Association president Peter Gilmour said his organisation had long held the belief the Wagyu breed had the ability to transform Australia’s beef herd by bringing in softer meat and more edible cuts through the influence of intramuscular fats.

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