feedyard

feedlot

[feed-lot]
noun
1.
a plot of ground, often near a stockyard, where livestock are gathered to be fattened for market.
2.
a commercial establishment that operates a feedlot.
Also, feed lot.
Also called feedyard [feed-yahrd] .


Origin:
1885–90; feed + lot

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feedlot (ˈfiːdˌlɒt)
 
n
an area or building where livestock are fattened rapidly for market

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