Resources

Below are resources to enhance your search for educational veal information. Please use these links to find recipes, government organizations, state beef councils, and various industry organizations


RECIPES AND NUTRITION

 

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THE VEAL LIFECYCLE

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Milk-fed veal is raised by family farmers primarily in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. Most families raise about 200 calves a year. Come to the farm; there’s lots to learn! www.vealfarm.com

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Milk-fed veal, special-fed veal and formula-fed veal all mean the same thing. These calves receive milk that contains iron and 40 other nutrients. Veal calves also receive grain and access to water daily. Come to the farm; there’s lots to learn! www.vealfarm.com

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When veal farming came to the U.S. in the mid-1900s from Europe, their system of confinement and an all-milk diet was thought to be the best approach for creating tender, white meat. Today, veal farmers are doing things very differently. Calves are raised in group-pens without tethers. Come to the farm; there’s lots to learn! www.vealfarm.com

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What is veal and how is it raised? We invite you to come to the farm and look around. What you see might surprise you. America’s veal farmers are committed to ensuring the health and well-being of their calves, taking care of the environment and providing safe, high-quality, nutritious food for consumers. www.vealfarm.com

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