Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd.

Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd. was Established in Australia in 1987, and is engaged in beef production and raising business.
It has the largest feedlot in Australia, producing approximately 120,000* head of cattle annually. As part of traceability, we strictly manage the health condition of each cattle from the production to breeding stage of cattle. Cattle such as "Omugi-Gyu" raised here are delivered to Japan and around the world.

* Approximate number for March 2020


The total area of Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd. is approximately 6,000 hectares.
Cattle grow freely on the feedlot.


Water is a precious resource in Australia, so we accumulate rainwater in reservoirs and use it carefully.


The total area of Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd. is approximately 6,000 hectares.
Cattle grow freely on the feedlot.


Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd. feedlot produces Omugi-Gyu. It uses an original grain formulation for tender beef according to the tastes of Japanese people.


They aim to achieve 100% recycling rate of cattle excrement generated in Whyalla feedlot.
They struggle to make effective use of resources and reduce waste material.


Water is a precious resource in Australia, so we accumulate rainwater in reservoirs and use it carefully.


They raise barley and corn in the filed inside Whyalla feedlot to produce feed for grain-fed cattle.
They reserve rainwater and cattle urine, and use it as irrigation water for the field.
They achieve resourses recycling business model through this scheme.

Awnings protect from strong ultraviolet light, reducing stress on cattle.
Awnings protect from strong ultraviolet light, reducing stress on cattle.

Whyalla Beef Pty. Ltd. feedlot produces Omugi-Gyu. It uses an original grain formulation for tender beef according to the tastes of Japanese people.


They raise barley and corn in the filed inside Whyalla feedlot to produce feed for grain-fed cattle.
They reserve rainwater and cattle urine, and use it as irrigation water for the field.
They achieve resourses recycling business model through this scheme.


They aim to achieve 100% recycling rate of cattle excrement generated in Whyalla feedlot.
They struggle to make effective use of resources and reduce waste material.

Awnings protect from strong ultraviolet light, reducing stress on cattle.
Awnings protect from strong ultraviolet light, reducing stress on cattle.

Breeding and processing locations in Australia

NHF group has established six wholly owned companies. These companies consistently raise and process beef at the vast feedlot. They sale safe and secure beef in Australia, Japan, the United States and around Asian countries.