Fed Cattle

Business / Agriculture / Fed Cattle: 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.

Other Words for Cattle

Cattle Noun Synonyms: livestock, stock, beef, cows, bulls, bullocks, steers, bovines, oxen
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Federal Observances

Life Style / Holiday / Federal Observances: A day recognized be the Federal Government as a day in need of recognition. Federal employees are not given the day off from work. MORE

Federal Noxious Weed Act

Business / Agriculture / Federal Noxious Weed Act: P.L. 93-629 (January 3, 1975) was adopted to prevent foreign weeds from entering and becoming established to the detriment of U.S. crops and livestock. Under this act, the Animal and Plant Health Insp MORE

Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA)

Business / Real Estate / Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA): Popularly known as Fannie Mae, an active participant in the secondary mortgage market. Fannie Mae was established as a federal agency in 1938 for the purpose of purchasing FHA loans from loan originat MORE

Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC)

Business / Finance / Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC): A publicly owned, government-sponsored corporation chartered in 1938 to purchase mortgages from lenders and resell them to investors. Known by the nickname Fannie Mae, it packages mortgages backed by MORE

Federal Plant Pest Act

Business / Agriculture / Federal Plant Pest Act: P.L. 85-36 (May 23, 1957) prohibits the movement of plant pests from a foreign country into or through the United States unless authorized by USDA. The law gives USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspe MORE

Federal Reserve Board (FRB)

Business / Finance / Federal Reserve Board (FRB): One of the 12 member banks constituting the Federal Reserve System that is responsible for overseeing the commercial and savings banks of its region to ensure their compliance with regulation. MORE

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