Matsusaka beef is produced from virgin Tajima-ushi cows chiefly born in Hyōgo Prefecture. The cows are raised in the quiet, serene area surrounding Matsusaka between the Kumozu River to the north and Miyagawa River to the south. Only female wagyu are raised in Matsusaka, where they are fed plenty of fodder, as well as tofu lees and ground wheat. When they have no appetite, they are fed beer to stimulate their eating, and they also receive regular massages with straw brushes after being sprayed with shōchū and are taken for daily afternoon walks. Soothing music is played to the cattle to "calm" them and promote better quality beef.
Japan Kobe beef which is very fatty, is the most expensive in the world. Similar to the one matsusaka beef.
China should not have any problem in producing large quantities of meat. The area in Inner mongolia and Gansu have very large grassland. China can easily raise millions of cows, cattle, sheeps, pigs, chickens, etc. on these areas and feed the whole country with cheap affordable meat, without needing to import, and can even export surplus. The problem with meat industry in China is due to greed driven profit and not socialisation enough. Capitalism is very bad and evil if applied on food industry. Free market capitalism cannot apply to all kind of industry, especially not on food industry.
Just look as the contaminated dirty milk, tainted with melamin, which can only happen in China food industry, is an example where profit driven capitalism is bad and evil.
In some non-food industry free market capitalism can be allowed because what they produce is not harmful to human consumption.