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Virtually all the US Wagyu producers have their beef slaughtered in the midwest, most in Nebraska.
I don’t really understand why you would want my advice on where to buy the beef when you don’t know whether or not I am a troll.
As to the grass fed thing, If you don;t want to take my word for it, ask any rancher that isn’t producing trendy pricey “Grass fed beef”. it’s just a marketing thing like Organic produce. You pay more and get less.
I am in Oklahoma. Cattle ranching is a primary industry here. While I have no interest in raising beef, I have a lot of friends that do.
You are certainly free to disagree if you like, but the facts are that it doesn’t cost much of nothing to continue to pasture your beeves. It does cost to ship them to and feed them at the feed lot.
If you have enough land to support the beef that you are pasturing and you don;t let them graze the grasses down, it just goes to waste anyway.