|Birth date||4 May 2009|
|Registration status||Registered Australia|
|Sire||Takeda Farm Fukutsuru 004|
|Dam||Lake Wagyu Y047|
|DNA #||B153998 Verified to parents|
|Genetic Test Status||B3 F, CHS F, CL16 F, F11 F|
|Gene Tests||B3 Free, CHS Free, CL16 Free, F11 Free|
|Prefectural bloodlines||59% Tajima, 6% Kedaka, 0% Tottori, 27% Itozakura, 3% Shimane, 0.4% Hiroshima and 5% Other|
|Consolidation||59% Tajima, 7% Kedaka and 30% Fujiyoshi|
Breda has been tested free from known recessive genetic conditions by AGL at University of Queensland but the results are not displayed on the Australian Wagyu Association website yet.
Ohanasaki Breda is a flush sib to Ohanasaki Brilliant. She was born in Ireland when imported embryos were implanted into local recipient cows. Her sire is TF Fukutsuru 004 with donor Lake Wagyu Y047. Wagyu Ireland is a member of the Australian Wagyu Association and the herd is registered after DNA parent verification so are traced back to Japan.
Estimated Breeding Values are available from Australian Breedplan.
EBVs are positive for growth, size, milk production, marble score and fineness of marbling. Both sides of the pedigree contribute. Itomichi 1/2 with a Marble score EBV of +0.5 is responsible for the strong marbling and fineness of marbling is from Itozuru Doi TF151.
Milk EBV of +7 kg is strong and is consistent on both sides but strongest contribution comes from trait leader Itomichi 1/2 with +12 kg. Growth rate is virtually on par with average for the 2013 born calf crop and is primarily driven from Lake Wagyu Y047 breeding.
Ohanasaki Breda has the added advantage of low birth weight.
Embryos can be custom ordered from Ohanasaki Breda with Yojimbo Mr Shou 05. Pregnant recip Black Hereford heifers can be shipped to EU certified in calf at two months to Breda from Yojimbo Mr Shou 05. The predicted EBVs for the embryos and recips from this joining are tabled below:
Embryos are in stock from Irish Kobe Fuji out of Ohanasaki Breda. The predicted EBVs from this joining is tabled: