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De Drie Morgen FOR SALE

Filed under: English — De Drie Morgen @ 10:00

Because of family circumstances, our Wagyufarm is for sale.

More information about our company can be found on www.h3.nl

When you are interested in our company, please contact our broker: H3 Landelijk vastgoed or send a mail to: info@h3.nl


New partner Prime Meat

Filed under: English — De Drie Morgen @ 12:25

From 2013, we said goodbye to “Vermaning Catering Services” and we will continue with “Prime Meat”. Prime Meat is a modern and progressive meat company with enthusiastic and customer oriented employees. We have great confidence in their expertise. We would like to ask you in future your trusted 100% blooded Wagyu meat orders at Prime Meat to post. They guarantee a carefully packaged and fast delivery. High quality of the meat and means is of paramount importance. For your convenience, you may immediately order your vegetables with. Your orders can be placed by mail to: orders@primemeat.nl Prime Meat is located in Beverwijk, The Netherlands. For more information on this company, please refer to their website: www.primemeat.nl


Our business partner Takeda Farm (Hokkaido – Japan)

Filed under: Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish — Nbaarsma @ 13:56
Our thoughts are with them and to all the people and animals in Japan.
De Drie Morgen


‘Our Aim is for One Hundred Percent’

Filed under: English — admin @ 14:41

On December 8th a Belgian and two Dutch breeders of 100% Wagyu cattle met with Rob Baarsma at De Drie Morgen to revise the first version of the articles for a new association of Wagyu cattle breeders. Other Dutch and Belgian breeders of 100% Wagyu cows are welcome to join. The De Drie Morgen Association wants to guarantee the quality of Wagyu meat and therefore the breeding program. It will be assisted by the Wageningen University and Research Centre and by one of Japan’s major Wagyu breeders. A discussion with the Wagening University about the breeding program is planned for this January. The Japanese Wagyu breeder, whose know-how is considerable, is already working with Australian and American breeders. This year he visited De Drie Morgen. Rob will go see him in Japan next year. At the same time the association wants to provide all products in the Dutch and Belgian markets with a quality label: 100% Wagyu for cows that are 100% Wagyu and Crossbred Wagyu for cows that are not. The quality label will be attached to the pre-packaged meat as a tag. Finally, the association wants to initiate the founding of a European Wagyu Association, modeled after the Australian and American Wagyu Associations.