Indulging in a succulent piece of wagyu beef is an unparalleled experience for meat connoisseurs. Known for its exquisite flavour, buttery tenderness, and melt-in-your-mouth texture, wagyu beef is a luxury meat that has earned a reputation as one of the finest culinary delicacies in the world. Among the esteemed producers of wagyu beef that we […]
WYNDFORD AT EUROTIERNews
This week we have been flying the flag for British Wagyu at Euro Tier in Hannover. There have been 1,700 exhibitors from 53 different countries. A huge range of products have been exhibited, providing a great opportunity to see how we can improve things on farm. We have also connected with farmers and other industry […]
Wyndford Wagyu at the Wagyu Edge ConferenceNews
The 2022 Australian Wagyu Edge Conference attracted 450 delegates from across the global Wagyu Sector to Melbourne on the 26th-28th April. Rob & Jess from Wyndford Wagyu made the trip down under, toured various farms prior to attending, culminating with Jess presenting at the conference.
GREAT TURNOUT AT WYNDFORD WAGYU OPEN MEETING & AGMNews
The Wagyu Breeders Association held its Open Meeting & AGM on 14th April at Wyndford Wagyu, Shropshire, courtesy of Philip Maddocks. A great turnout saw members and guests joined by sponsors and partners along with Wagyu breeders from Northern Ireland, Germany and Republic of Ireland.
Australian Wagyu Association MembershipNews
Wagyu – an increasingly popular breed in the UK, but phenomenal on the worldwide stage. At Wyndford we are keen to develop and grow our herd with the wider market in mind, focussing on Elite genetics and great quality stock. We therefore require a platform where we can effectively compare and market our cattle with […]
WYNDFORD WAGYU – FROM CONCEPTION TO TODAYNews
Wyndford Wagyu, the UK’s largest Fullblood Wagyu Herd was established in 2018 following the difficult decision to disperse the Maddocks family Dairy herd. It was at that moment Philip Maddocks decided that it would be good for his father, a dairy farmer of 67 years, to have some stock on the farm. Having tasted a […]