Kay Ranch Texas


Elite Wagyu Sale - Saturday, August 21, 2021 - Salado, Texas!

Featuring over 100 Lots!  At Join us at the Tenroc Ranch in Salado, Texas on Saturday, August 21, 2021.

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Bubba and Donna Kay welcome you to our Wagyu ranch located just east of Austin, Texas!

DATA DRIVEN AND DIFFERENT FROM THE HERD!  At Kay Wagyu we have long believed that Wagyu are the future of the American beef industry. Here at Kay Wagyu we utilize all the genetic testing offered by the American Wagyu Association, including SCD (Stearoyl COA Dataturase) and tenderness. We record weights at weaning and yearling. We utilize ultrasound measurements at the yearling age, and through this collection of data we continue to upgrade the genetics in our herd. When you make a purchase from Kay Wagyu you will have all the data and information needed to make an educated buying decision. We want you to succeed in your investment!

View Wagyu Breeders Handbook
Wangus – A New Path to Profitability Article

Carcass Quality – Calving Ease – Fertility

Carcass Quality – Calving Ease – Fertility

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We welcome you to the ranch any time, feel free to contact us to schedule a visit! 

Give us a call and come by to see our cattle. You are always welcome!
Member American Wagyu Association
Member Australian Wagyu Association
Founding member Texas Wagyu Association

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In 1978 Bubba utilized the services of the first 4 Wagyu bulls imported from Japan to build his Wagyu cattle herd. In 1990 he sold that herd and 5 years later became ranch manager for Harrell Ranch producing Wagyu cattle for an all natural, organic Kobe beef program.…

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3 weeks ago

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Pictured is Londyn Elise Hall, age 15, with KR Ms Ito H313. FB61664, at 7 months. Londyn is AWA Junior member #2558 and a rising junior in the AgriScience Magnet Program (AMP) at James Madison in San Antonio, Texas. Currently ranked 45th in her class of 784 students (top 6%). Londyn has raised four steers and one heifer since 8th grade and earned a total of $37,400 thus far for scholarships and sales. Apart from her show endeavors, Londyn is on her school's varsity track team and has volunteered over 2000 hours this year raising a guide dog in her school's Guide Dogs for the Blind program. Londyn will be showing her Wagyu heifer and a Bar J Charolais heifer in Louisville, Denver, San Antonio (Charolais only) and Houston. Of her AWA Junior membership Londyn says, "Junior membership exposes young people to the cattle industry at an early age and gives us an opportunity to learn and contribute to the improvement of the Wagyu breed as kids. I'm looking forward to this show season and a future in the livestock industry." ... See MoreSee Less
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Manor TX. 78653

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