Triangle B Ranch, established in 1996 by Don and Leah Brown near Valley View, Texas, is all about the beef. The couple originally raised Maine Anjou, Angus, and club calves, but all that changed in 2002 when Don had his first Wagyu steak at a five star restaurant in Tennessee. He was so impressed with Wagyu beef that he began spending every bit of his free time researching the breed. He built connections with the small Wagyu community in the U.S. and breeders in Japan and Australia.

In fall 2006, Don used ET and AI to build a Fullblood Japanese Black Wagyu herd utilizing superior and rare genetics he had purchased from around the world.

Today, the ranch is located 15 miles north of Stigler, Oklahoma on the Canadian river and spans 2200 acres with more than 400 head of females. Triangle B markets 100 Wagyu heifers and 10 bulls each year private treaty. They also sell Fullblood Wagyu semen and embryos. They have a farm-to-fork Wagyu beef operation where their ranch-raised Wagyu steers sell to high end restaurants. They will harvest 200+ steers each year with a vision for expansion. This fall, they plan to offer online sales of a wide variety of Wagyu beef products.