Old Three Wagyu is located at our Pleasant View Farm, a family-owned farm in Chappell Hill, TX. Proud members of the Texas Wagyu Association, American Wagyu Association, and the Australian Wagyu Association, we raise a herd of 100% Fullblood Wagyu on our 500-acre farm.
We have multiple forages on our Pleasant View Farm, including various kinds of Bermudagrass, K.R. Bluestem, oats, rye, and our famous Blue Bonnets if you find yourself in Washington County in the Spring!
Our cattle rearing practices are centered around our high standard of care and dedication to the well-being of our herd. Our above-par standards in caregiving, nutrition, genetics, and breeding methodology set the foundation for our herd.
Founded on the Irreplaceable
In 1822, Stephen F. Austin, known as the Father of Texas, began settling in what he believed was one of the most fertile areas in the world. His first contracts were sold to individuals and families who became known as the Old Three Hundred. They were the first U.S. settlers of Texas. Fourteen years later, the Republic of Texas was born at Washington-on-the-Brazos. Our farm is nestled amongst these historic hills.
Our fertile soils, careful husbandry, and rich forages have allowed us to build an irreplaceable herd of Wagyu cattle.