What is veal?
Veal is meat from calves, usually the bull calves from dairy herds, since they cannot be used for milk production. Veal is noted for being pale and tender, which is largely the result of a restricted diet and minimal exercise, however, since the ban on crates, calves do move around a lot more. Instead of feeding on its mother's milk, the calf is typically fed a synthetic formula.
How old is a calf when slaughtered for veal?
There is no recommended age for slaughter,