The Cerrado of Maranhão has stood out in the production of grains in cropland areas. Although intensely managed during the cropping cycle, these areas remain idle or underutilized for longer periods in the dry season. An alternative for the more efficient use of these areas is the use of integrated crop-livestock systems. This system is characterized by diversification, rotation, intercropping and / or succession of agricultural and livestock activities within the farm, resulting in a single system with mutual benefits. This study aimed to evaluate the production of young cattle in an integrated crop-livestock system in Maranhão, during the dry season.