Once reserved for the English royalty and aristocracy and enclosed in parks, this historic heritage breed has been fairly rare, but is growing in popularity because of it’s beauty, tame disposition, easy calving, and fine beef.
This highly prized beef is known to be the finest in the world for its texture and abundant marbling. The Japanese prefecture of Kumamoto, where the Red Wagyu originated, supports grassfed cattle and the climate is similar to central and coastal Texas.
Groups of any age may come to the ranch by the day to participate in activities. Teachers may plan activities according to their curriculum needs. Pond, floating island wetland, fishing, plants, animals, wildlife, forest, creek, gardening, and composting are some examples of activities. Building shelter, woodworking, art, outdoor cooking, hiking, visiting the blacksmith, archery and games are others.