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Feed or The Feed may refer to:
- Animal feed, food given to domestic animals in the course of animal husbandry
- Compound feed, foodstuffs that are blended from various raw materials and additives
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Feed (Anderson novel), a 2002 dystopian novel of the cyberpunk genre by M. T. (Matthew Tobin) Anderson
- Feed (Grant novel), a 2010 novel about bloggers in a post-zombie apocalypse Earth by Seanan McGuire under the name "Mira Grant"
- The Feed (Australian TV series), an Australian news TV series
- The Feed, a recurring segment on the American TV series Attack of the Show!
- The Feed is an upcoming psychological thriller drama television series that is set to premiere on Amazon Video in 2019.
Other arts, entertainment, and media
- Feed (2005 film), a 2005 film directed by Brett Leonard
- Feed (2017 film), a 2017 film directed by Tommy Bertelsen
- Feed, a broadcasting signal sent from one station to another, or to or from a central facility, intended for retransmission
- Feed Magazine, one of the earliest e-zines that relied entirely on its original online content
- "The Feed", video game news and blogs, published by G4 Media, an NBCUniversal subsidiary
- Data feed, a mechanism for users to receive updates from data sources
- Web feed or news feed, a data format used for providing users with frequently updated content
- feed URI scheme (
feed:), a non-standard URI scheme designed to facilitate subscription to web feeds
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- Antenna feed, the components of an antenna which feed the radio waves to the rest of the antenna structure
- Feed or relay (disambiguation), hardware and software for forwarding messages from one station to others
- All pages beginning with "Feed"
- All pages with a title containing Feed
- FEED (disambiguation)
- Feeder (disambiguation)
- Feeding (disambiguation)
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