What is veal and where is it raised?
Veal is the meat that primarily comes from a Holstein dairy bull calf. It is harvested at about six months of age and weighs about 500 or more pounds. The veal industry closely follows the dairy industry and dairy processing plants. Milk-fed veal is primarily raised in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin. Veal meat is very tender and it has a very mild flavor. Veal is low fat and high in protein. You can find recipes and nutrition information on this website: www.vealmadeeasy.com
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