As there are different breeds for cattle, weight tends to vary. Dairy cattle can weight anywhere between 800 and 2,000 pounds, while beef cattle tend to average 1,150 pounds. Beef cattle “have a wider range of market weights than other species due to differences in type and maturity” (http://ars.sdstate.edu/AnimalEval/Beef/beefgrade.htm).
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