Japanese Wagyu from Kobe
The Wagyu beef that produces this highly prized meat was introduced to Japan in the second century as a cargo animal used in rice cultivation. As beef consumption became more prominent in society, farmers began hiring workers to massage the backs of the animals to improve the quality of the meat. The mountainous topography of the Japanese islands provides small isolated breeding regions, resulting in cattle that developed and maintained qualities in their meat that differ significantly from other cattle breeds. The isolation of herds and the peculiar feeding techniques that resulted from the limited availability of land have led to distinctive features that make meat superior in marbling and in the content of unsaturated versus saturated fats.
It is an extremely tender and juicy meat, whose fat is rigorously healthy for human consumption, since it contains a high percentage of unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic, linoleic or conjugated linoleic acids (omega 3, 6 and 9). ), which help prevent, among others, cardiovascular diseases.
National Wagyu From Finca Santa Rosalía
With more than one hundred square meters of extension for each animal, facilities provided with musical thread, biodegradable beds, that we later use as organic fertilizer in the own lands, and a food that we ourselves elaborate with green fodder, flakes of cereals and organic wine of the own cellar as a natural source of antioxidants, among many other ingredients, our Wagyu animals, enjoy a special welfare in Finca Santa Rosalía.
Concerned about the global warming of the planet (9% of the gases that cause the greenhouse effect is caused by the gases of the cattle in general), we have designed an exclusive food for our wagyus, lacking of additives and of such digestibility that they do not produce contaminating gases, making the meat of the animal into a delicious product and especially healthy for human consumption.
Animals, strictly complying with all the requirements of animal welfare, are sacrificed free of stress, therefore, transportation to the slaughterhouse is carried out in our own trucks so that the animals travel calmly, being accompanied by the same staff that cares for them, not having to wait at the entrance or mix with other animals.
Without leaving the farm, we complete the cycle supervising and controlling the quality of the meat until the packaging of each of our products, with strict controls of health and traceability.
The Wagyu meat from the Santa Rosalía estate is clearly different from that of any other bovine breed, being absolutely superior in quality, highlighting aspects that define an extremely tender and juicy meat whose fat is rigorously healthy for human consumption, as it contains a high percentage of unsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic, linoleic or conjugated linoleic acids (omega 3, 6 and 9), which help prevent, among other things, cardiovascular diseases.