Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A plot of ground on which livestock are fattened for market.

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  • noun US Land on which cattle are fattened for market

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  • noun a building where livestock are fattened for market

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  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

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  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

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  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

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  • In practice, this exemption allows organic beef cattle to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, a practice known as feedlot finishing.

    Cleveland Scene

  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

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  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • In essence, this exemption allows organic cows to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, also known as feedlot finishing.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • In practice, this exemption allows organic beef cattle to be confined and fed grain for four months prior to slaughter, a practice known as feedlot finishing.

    Cleveland Scene

  • In modern "feedlot" beekeeping, bees are unloaded in yards where they await their next pollination job.

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