Wagyu Beef Farm

A Wonderful Place to Grow Up

     Morgan Brook Farm is a place where cattle roam fields and hang out under trees; it’s also where some of the highest quality beef available on the market today, is grown. Cattle on our property enjoy pastures of fresh grass, mountain springs, waterfalls, with a backdrop of scenic wild flowers. Farming in Vermont has never been so beautiful.

     Many would think that a cow in a field, can grow itself… While they can, to grow them in large numbers, while maintaining a healthy gene pool, keeping them fed all year round in an environment where outdoor temperatures can range 120 degrees between summer and winter, and breeding to grow the herd, takes a lot of people, education, and technology.

A Wonderful Place to Grow Up

The term Wagyu refers to all Japanese beef cattle. "Wa" means Japanese, and "gyu" means cow. Wagyu cows are historically hard working draft cattle used in agriculture that were selected for their physical endurance. Often black or red in color these cattle are hard working animals that feature more intra-muscular fat cells - "marbling" - that provides a readily available energy source to the cow as it works. As a human food source, this marbling translates into unmatched flavor, juiciness, and tenderness, while the meat itself provides numerous health benefits. Once you taste Wagyu, you'll know there is no comparison to other types of beef.
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