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Lord Rannoch of Lucies Massaged586 viewsThis photograph of Lord Rannoch of Lucies (taken in February 2005) is part of a promotional piece for Kobe beef. In fact, Rannoch is one of our two "stock" bulls --- we're not about to eat him. Rannoch's semen is for sale on his own website.
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Aberdeen Angus Steers Arriving - Mar 3 20052957 viewsWith the increased demand for Scottish | Kobe beef, we have purchased six new purebred Aberdeen Angus steers to add to our own existing herd. The steers were raised by David Coward in Mere, Wiltshire -- here's a photograph of their arrival. Their first taste of beer, and their first massage, awaits.
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Kevin Massaging Highland Steer314 viewsThe steers stand still for their massage. Perhaps it's the anticipation of the beer that will follow shortly?
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Kevin Massaging Aberdeen Angus Steer311 viewsWe are moving from pedigreed Highland cattle (right) to pedigreed Aberdeen Angus cattle (left). Here Kevin massages one of the young Aberdeen Angus steers, while the Highland steer awaits its turn.
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Aberdeen Angus Massage474 viewsKevin massaging a pedigreed Aberdeen Angus steer for our Scottish | Kobe beef.
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Kevin Massaging a Young Aberdeen Angus Steer287 views
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Aberdeen Angus Steer360 viewsBecause our cattle are regularly massaged, and have daily interaction (when feed beer and grain), they are quite curious about what's happening.
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Massaging an Angus Steer9152 viewsWe weigh the cattle every week in a chute called (and I hate this name) a "crush." While in the crush, we take the opportunity to massage them using our large electric massager. This Aberdeen Angus steer still has part of its winter coat, even though this photo was taken on June 10 2005.
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Vic Scott Massaging an Aberdeen Angus Steer4526 viewsThe cattle stand still when they're being massaged, and often lean into the massager. They are weighed and massaged after they've had their beer and grain, so are quite merry anyway.
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Vic Scott Massaging Aberdeen Angus Steer306 views
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Vic Scott & Andy Baddeley Massaging Aberdeen Angus Steer292 viewsIt is thought that the regular massaging helps to marble the fat, and tenderise the beef. It also relaxes the steer.
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Vic Scott and Andy Baddeley Massaging the Aberdeen Angus Steer277 views
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