Watusi

Watusi are a large breed of cattle native to the continent of Africa. There is a Watusi tribe in Africa that domesticates these animals and uses them for oxen. You may have seen this if you remember watching some of the old Tarzan movies. Today, there are many herds of watusi in the U.S.–mostly in Texas, Oklahoma, and Nevada. A watusi has about the same cholesterol content as an American Bison (which is very low). However, a watusi has considerably more fat (yellow in coloration) marbled throughout the meat, which makes it a far superior animal in regards to taste. In our book, yellow fat equals great meat flavor! We hunt many more watusi than Texas Longhorns because of bigger body size, more massive horns, and better tasting meat. Considering the prices of beef in stores today, a watusi hunt is always a good deal!

Pricing: $2000+

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