In Japan, Cattle production is conducted mainly at breeding farms which produce calves, and fattening farm where adult cattle are raised to put on more weight. The cattle are feed roughly 9-15 Kg per day.The cattle are fattened until it weigh reach about 800 Kg and its age max 30 months.
Japanese beef cattle are raised to be healthy animals in well-ventilated barns spread with sawdust. They are fed with a mixture of hay and highly nutritious, safe compound feeds. Farmers who breed Japanese beef cattle raise them with careful attention to detail as if they were their own children, keeping a close eye on everything, including their physical condition.
TOTAL MIXED RATIO (TMR)
Highly nutritious original feed called "TMR fermented feed".Cost reduction achieved by using feed rice produced by contracted farmers in Kyushu and food by-products from local mass retailers. Kamichiku farm is working on the use of fallow land and returning compost to farmers, making it an 'environmentally friendly livestock' that values the natural circulation.