A b o u t U s

Being raised in Northern Louisiana in the late 70’s and early 80’s, in a rural community, my family had Brahman crossed cattle.

My father bought me my first three cows at 9 years old; it was my duty to care for the family herd as well as my three cows. In the fall, one of the jobs I had as a 10-year-old was to bring the cattle in from the range, which included 5-10-mile walks with a foot-tub of sweet feed, with the girls following me.

After the cattle were brought in to the home-place during the winter months, they would not leave to the range until the first blades of green grass in the spring. And this is where my love of cattle began!

After entering my adult life and traveling globally through my job for metals & mining, I had to visit a client in Osaka, Japan. It was there I was introduced to Kobe beef.

I was in the hotel when I heard of a small shop that specialized in Kobe beef from local farms.

B e i n g r a i s e d i n N o r t h e r n L o u i s i a n a . . .

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Went down that evening for dinner. I was met by the manager who asked me if I had ever experienced Kobe beef before. My answer was “no” and so he helped me place my order.

He, along with another employee, helped me cook my first piece on a small gas grill in the middle of the table. The texture, flavor and overall taste was an over whelming WOW!

I’ve eaten many types of beef and exotic game from all over the world, but this was one of the most unique eating experiences I had ever experienced. I had to buy some of this to let my family and friends understand this experience.

Once I returned home, I sought out people who raised wagyu and produced their own beef. I started purchasing full blood along with F1 from someone I had been introduced to.

The passion for tasting and sharing this experience lead me to become involved in breeding and feeding wagyu cattle.

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Morace Cattle - Wagyu Beef Cattle For Sale

Being raised in Northern Louisiana in the late 70’s and early 80’s, in a rural community, my family had Brahman crossed cattle.

My father bought me my first three cows at 9 years old; it was my duty to care for the family herd as well as my three cows. In the fall, one of the jobs I had as a 10-year-old was to bring the cattle in from the range, which included 5-10-mile walks with a foot-tub of sweet feed, with the girls following me.

After the cattle were brought in to the home-place during the winter months, they would not leave to the range until the first blades of green grass in the spring. And this is where my love of cattle began!

After entering my adult life and traveling globally through my job for metals & mining, I had to visit a client in Osaka, Japan. It was there I was introduced to Kobe beef.

I was in the hotel when I heard of a small shop that specialized in Kobe beef from local farms.

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B e i n g r a i s e d i n N o r t h e r n L o u i s i a n a . . .

Morace Cattle - Wagyu Beef Cattle For Sale

Went down that evening for dinner. I was met by the manager who asked me if I had ever experienced Kobe beef before. My answer was “no” and so he helped me place my order.

He, along with another employee, helped me cook my first piece on a small gas grill in the middle of the table. The texture, flavor and overall taste was an over whelming WOW!

I’ve eaten many types of beef and exotic game from all over the world, but this was one of the most unique eating experiences I had ever experienced. I had to buy some of this to let my family and friends understand this experience.

Once I returned home, I sought out people who raised wagyu and produced their own beef. I started purchasing full blood along with F1 from someone I had been introduced to.

The passion for tasting and sharing this experience lead me to become involved in breeding and feeding wagyu cattle.

Morace Cattle - Wagyu Beef Cattle For Sale