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Mom at the Meat Counter: Raising the calves… the American Milk-fed Veal Industry

In May, I was given the opportunity to attend a tour of the American Milk-fed Veal industry, hosted by the American Veal Association. I learned so much about veal that I decided that there was no way that I could squeeze it all into one post, so I am writing a series of posts about veal. Part 1 was an introduction to veal where I shared a few of the things that I didn’t know about veal. This post is going to cover how the calves are raised and fed.

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Mom at the Meat Counter: Veal was a topic I didn’t feel very knowledgeable about

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As a meat scientist I get lots of questions about all kinds of different meat, and most of the time, I feel pretty confident answering them. If I don’t know the answer, I definitely know someone who does. 

…unless I was asked about veal… Veal was one topic I didn’t feel very knowledgeable about.

Until… I was invited by the American Veal Association to attend a tour of the American milk-fed veal industry. 

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