Lone Mountain Wagyu

America's 100% Fullblood Naturally raised Wagyu Beef

This is a story about one of our favorite spotted quadrupeds: the cow. Only these are not your average cows. They’re not even your haughty Black Angus cows. These are 100% fullblood Wagyu cattle, a special breed from Japan that is naturally densely marbled and therefore full of rich, buttery flavor and melt in your mouth tenderness—the caviar of cattle, if you will. No mudbloods here for the New Mexican ranchers at Lone Mountain Wagyu, who, after trying this distinctive beef for the first time, spent several years traveling to Japan, studying historical texts and meeting with Wagyu ranchers around the country to understand the secrets to this extraordinary Japanese breed. In order for the Lone Mountain ranchers to raise 100% Fullblood Wagyu, each cow must be DNA-certified with a birth certificate and three generations of Japanese parentage proven out.

And you thought the DAR was selective…

We're not the only ones who love them!

Lone Mountain Wagyu has been featured in Saveur.

Lone Mountain Wagyu

America's 100% Fullblood Naturally raised Wagyu Beef

This is a story about one of our favorite spotted quadrupeds: the cow. Only these are not your average cows. They’re not even your haughty Black Angus cows. These are 100% fullblood Wagyu cattle, a special breed from Japan that is naturally densely marbled and therefore full of rich, buttery flavor and melt in your mouth tenderness—the caviar of cattle, if you will. No mudbloods here for the New Mexican ranchers at Lone Mountain Wagyu, who, after trying this distinctive beef for the first time, spent several years traveling to Japan, studying historical texts and meeting with Wagyu ranchers around the country to understand the secrets to this extraordinary Japanese breed. In order for the Lone Mountain ranchers to raise 100% Fullblood Wagyu, each cow must be DNA-certified with a birth certificate and three generations of Japanese parentage proven out.

And you thought the DAR was selective…

We're not the only ones who love them!

Lone Mountain Wagyu has been featured in Saveur.