Definition of feedlot
: a plot of land on which livestock are fattened for market
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The Commodity Futures Trading Commission alleged that McVean Trading & Investments LLC and its senior executives used trading agreements with feedlots to accumulate bets on cattle futures that circumvented exchange-set limits.
Emergency services for the region of Murcia say that 1,036 pigs died late on Friday in the fire that engulfed a roofed feedlot filled with pig pens.
Inspection clears waste pond for Sorrento whey The owner of an Owyhee County feedlot’s dirt pit will stop storing whey byproduct from the Sorrento Lactalis cheese plant in Nampa.
Stretching across miles of pastures and feedlots north of Greeley, Colorado, the complex is home to more than 15,000 cows, making it more than a hundred times the size of a typical organic herd.
In the late 1990s, there was still a feedlot operating just east of Greeley.
Now, as those cattle have come into maturity and are entering feedlots and the market at large, there has been another dip in cattle prices.
Most of the beef on Crowd Cow and similar websites is grass-fed, which research has shown has higher levels of healthful omega-3 fatty acids than meat from animals raised on feedlots.
But such guardians are harder to find these days, leading the BLM to spend some $49 million a year to house 46,000 horses in 60 private ranches, corrals, and feedlots.
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