There are nearly one million Holstein hull calves born in the Northeast each year. This is a sizeable resource that should be evaluated for fed beef production to determine if it is a potentially viable alternative enterprise for Northeast farms. Previous research at Cornell has presented several beef production systems that would be practical in the Northeast (Knoblauch et al., Woodell). An additional system would be the rearing of the steer calves with the replacement heifers on dairy farms. Many dairymen have expressed a desire to expand their operation without increasing the milking herd, because of labor, management, facilities limitation or personal desires. Raising the Holstein steer calves produced on dairy farms is an alternative for expanding the farm operation and a means of marketing surplus forages. The purpose of this paper is to outline feeding and management strategies for raising the steers with the replacement heifers and marketing them either as feeder cattle or fed beef. The objectives are to use home-grown forages for as much of the feeding period as possible, maintain efficient growth and produce a quality feeder or slaughter weight steer.