Veal calves are usually the offspring of dairy cows. Calves are normally removed from cows after birth. This practice provides health benefits to both cow and calf. This enables the dairy cow to return to the milking herd to be milked twice or three times a day. After giving birth, the dairy cow produces a significant amount of milk, much more than a calf can consume. Additionally, they can assure the cow is thoroughly milked to prevent any udder problems. The farmer provides individual care and attention to each calf. Several potential diseases can be monitored and controlled timely and effectively while the calf develops and grows.