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Fed cattle The term 'Fed cattle ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Animals leaving a feedlot, after fattening on a high protein ration, that are ready to be sold to a packing plant for slaughter. Beef cattle are typically sold to packers at about 1,100 pounds, which yields a carcass weight of about 660 pounds'.
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