feedyard

feedyard

(ˈfiːdˌjɑːd)
n
(Agriculture) an area where cattle are kept and fed when being fattened for market
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Callahan and his wife, Jennifer, also own and operate their own cattle operation in Oklahoma and Craig counties as well as Xcel Feedyard in Watonga.
Speakers will include Ann Burkholder, Cozad, Nebraska, author of the Feedyard Foodie Blog; Brandi Frobose, a rancher from Greeley, Kansas, and communications coordinator for the Red Angus Association of America; and Ryan Goodman, director of grass-roots advocacy and spokesperson development for the National Cattlemens Beef Association.
Cow/calf operators, backgrounding operators and feedyard operators.
Nine of the 11 feedyard owners at the meeting agreed to the proposal.
Feedyard Performance and Carcass Traits of Cattle as Influenced by Stocker Phase Implant Strategy and Yeast Culture (S.
As most of you know, our recent purchase of Lakeside Farm Industries in Canada includes a feedyard.
This wide range exists both within and between herds and results from several factors, such as season (prevalence is higher in summer than in winter), environmental conditions, and conditions in the feedyard.
City A had more than 35 feedyards located in and near it, while City B had one feedyard located beyond the air sampling area.
The risk and low margin from feeding cattle have had an impact on the current organization of the feedyard operations.
MXU Series tractors will perform high-capacity loader operations all day, everyday in a feedyard, or work hard in the field preparing for planting or baling hay"
IBP would come to your feedyard and bid you a very low price--a bid not to buy, we call it--because they are just searching around for the weakest cattleman.
Some of the cattle are owned by Callicrate, and some are owned by other individuals who pay the feedyard to feed out the cattle for them -- to grow them from 700 to 1,100 pounds.