First and foremost, the well-being of all calves is very important to farmers. These huts – or calf hutches – are not where veal is raised.  You can find these hutches on most dairy farms and they are ideal for keeping dairy heifer calves healthy. Bull calves, which are raised for veal, come from dairy farms and are cared for in veal barns.  Today, the U.S. milk-fed veal industry raises calves in group pens.  Modern veal barns have artificial lighting overhead or receive natural sunlight through windows or curtained panels. Typical veal barns are also heated during cold months and have year-round ventilation to provide clean, fresh air.