This high-speed feed yard facility designed to re-implant 1000 cattle in four hours and ship five trucks per hour is ideal for a large mid-west feeder. The 35-foot radius on the wide curved lane is the key to this speed. The curved lane holds two truckloads of cattle close to the crowd pen for fast shipping or processing. Keeping one-hundred cattle close to the single-file chute allows handlers to keep the single-file chute full and cattle moving steadily forward. The nearby angled shipping pens are ready to fill the curved lane after it is half full. When processing, the two large sort pens hold 200 cattle each; the remaining pens hold 100 cattle each. Dividing the two large pens would make for six 100-head sort pens. The 12-foot alley at the top has two three-way gate systems directing cattle into and out of the area. Three-way gate systems prevent 90-degree turns where cattle tend to pile up. All fencing is a 60-inch high five-rail fence. Non-slip floors are critical to keeping cattle calm in high-use areas. Deeply grooved concrete begins at the curved lane and ends where cattle exit the squeeze chute. Complete this plan with a small, easy-to-heat covered work area with added office space.