Premium Grass Fed Wagyu Beef

In the far NW corner of Tasmania, the Hammond family have been breeding Japanese Fullblood Wagyu cattle on their island property, Robbins Island, for the past 20 years. They run 5,000
Wagyu cattle in the operation which is vertically integrated from “Paddock to Plate”.

The cattle are raised on isolated pastures with no supplements, hormones, or antibiotics – as naturally as possible, breathing the cleanest air in the world. The cool climate, salt air, and
pristine environment are ideal for raising some of the most tender and best tasting beef in the world.

For the first time, the Hammonds are making their Robbins Island beef available as Grass Fed Wagyu – dry aged for maximum tenderness and flavour.

Traditionally, Wagyu beef has been produced by grain feeding for long periods of time in Japanese feedlots. The Hammond family has taken a new approach to producing Wagyu beef by not putting the
cattle in feedlots, but choosing to raise and finish them in a relaxed island lifestyle where the cattle graze in coastal paddocks in a natural and sustainable way.

The result is slightly less marbling, but superior Grass Fed flavour the local grasses and herbs the cattle eat contributing to the “taste signature” of the beef.
The fine marbling present in the meat is made up of unique combinations of unsaturated fatty acids that not only melt and tenderize the meat during cooking, but also have a significant
influence on the taste and health benefits of the meat.

Robbins Island Wagyu has a tender, juicy and enduring taste that you look for when you want to eat beef - not to be forgotten.

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Saltwater drovers as they move a mob of 800 wagyu cattle from Robbins Island to Montagu farmAlex Hammond in actionSituated on the North Western tip of Tasmania, the prized cattle are grazed naturally and sustainably on lush pastures without supplements or hormones, all while breathing the cleanest air in the world.  WA 和 Robbins Island WagyuRobbins Island Full Blood Wagyu being moved to Walkers IslandMoving cattle across Walkers Island channel crossingJohn Hammond - Robbins Island, TasmaniaJohn Van Adrichem - Robbins Island Grass Fed Wagyu.East side Robbins Island, TAS - beach shotRobbins Island Wagyu Beef MusterSummertime on Robbins Island, Tasmanian north-west coast.Drover flanking wagyu as they move through a dune passage on Robbins Island