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The cool climate, salt air, and pristine environment are ideal for naturally raising some of the most tender and best tasting beef in the world.Helicopter at East End House, Robbins Island, Tasmania during Ray Martin 'A Current Affair' visit 2012.Riders view - Grass Fed Robbins Island Wagyu Beef muster in AustraliaWagyu cattle musterCattle crossing Robbins Passage from Robbins Island to Montagu, NW Tasmania.Robbins Island Grass Fed Wagyu Beef. NW Tasmania.View tfrom Second Bluff to Guyton Point. Robbins Island is an island located off the northwest coast of Tasmania separated by a highly tidal area otherwise known as Robbins Passage. Situated on the North Western tip of Tasmania, the prized cattle are grazed naturally and sustainably on lush pastures without supplements or hormones, all while breathing the cleanest air in the world.  WA 和 Full Blood Wagyu cows grazing at First Bluff on Robbins IslandKeith Hammond on the quad bike at Robbins Island.Hammond Brothers in JapanRobbins Island Gourmet Traveller photo shoot - Feb 2006Stephen Flint - Robbins Island, TASGrass Fed Wagyu grazing on Robbins Island, TasmaniaSatellite image of Boulanger Bay showing Robbins IslandStock horses, First Bluff - NW Tasmanian countrysideWagyu CarpaccioLooking towards Cape Elie, Robbins Island - North West TasmaniaRobbins Island wagyu at Malone's Butchery, Port DouglasStuart Abblitt - Robbins Island, TASJohn Hammond - Wagyu the way to go. Tas Country newspaper, 2012Poached Wagyu Beef Brisket With Coriander & Horseradish RelishTony Twitchett, Taxi Dining Room,  (Robbins Island Wagyu Brisket, mustard, pickles, and rye croutons)Robbins Island beach stroll - swimming the cattle through saltwater channels at low tide to move them peacefully between grazing areas. Cattle muster at Robbins IslandCattle crossing at Robbins IslandChef Baker at Little Hunter with Robbins Island wagyu beefRiders View- Beach Cattle MusterBluff House c1916 - Robbins Island, TASJohn, Keith and Chauncey Hammond have been breeding Japanese Full-Blood Wagyu on Robbins Island since the early 1990’s. Horsemen crossing Walkers Island saltwater channel at low tide.John Hammond in Robbins Passage at low tide. Horsemen swim the cattle through saltwater channels at low tide to move them off the island during the renowned muster.  The cool climate, salt air, and pristine environment are ideal for naturally raising some of the most tender and best tasting beef in the world.  John Hammond. The Hammond brothers have been selectively breeding Japanese Full-Blood Wagyu on Robbins Island since the early 1990’sAerial Shot of Walkers Island crossing during cattle muster from Robbins Island, Tasmania.Robbins Island Wagyu beach walk for the cattleAustralian Wagyu CattleCattle moved across the islands at low tide and onto the beach at Robbins IslandDuring the Robbins Island muster, bands of horsemen swim the cattle through saltwater channels at low tide to move them peacefully between grazing areas.  Aerial shot of Robbins Island - Peter BellinghamIn Japanese, the concept of WA 和 from WAGYU translates to balance or peace. From Robbins Island, Tasmania, a unique taste - in harmony with nature.Tetsuya WakudaRobbins Island, TAS Wagyu MusterWagyu cattle crossingRobbin's Island Ribeye - bone marrow, beef fat butter at Little Hunter, Lt Collins St, Melbourne
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John, Keith and Chauncey Hammond have been breeding Japanese Full-Blood Wagyu on Robbins Island since the early 1990’s. View to Robbins Island, TASWA 和 - Cattle moving across Mosquito Sound, Robbins Island, Tasmania.