Nestled in the heart of agriculture country on the East Coast, we know a thing or two about the challenges of farming. Which is why you can count on Wilders Wagyu only ever offering the best in Wagyu breeders genetics. We deliver quality bloodlines and breeding results you can count on, so you can get back to what matters most.

We might be the new kid on the block, but we’re no rookies to farming. Our crew is proud to come from families that have been in farming for generations.  We have a deep appreciation for the hard working men and women who make our agriculture community what it is today.

When we got into the Wagyu business, people called us crazy. But we’re not here to make a quick buck; we’re here because we love to get our hands dirty with the work that matters. We’re here for the long hot days, the late nights calving, and a cold beer with the crew at the end. Which is why we are committed to doing the best we can to offer a product and business relationship worth investing in. We certainly don’t know everything. But what we do know is that none of us can do it alone. As much as we love the breed, we’re also in it for the community of breeders and farmers – for the reward of doing it together.

Which is why we do business the WILD way: with a Will to Win, Intentional Adaptability, Living Compassionately, and Disciplined Execution. You’ll see that WILD stamp on everything, from livestock branding to packaging, to the logos on our jacket. Because we back our products with our family values. It’s more than just a brand; it’s a way of life.

Our Team

This is about so much more than just a farm for us. It’s about being part of a strong agricultural community that invests back into the life that sustains us. It’s about people and camaraderie.

Reid & Jaclyn Smith


Jake Newbold

Director of Agriculture

Danielle Lantz

Operations & Brand Manager

Cody Hairr

Farm Coordinator

Jason Taylor

Facilities Manager


Cattle Boss