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  • n. A calf intended for use as veal.


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  • Not only do animal industries have nothing in common except using animals to make money -- a PR hot potato -- why would the vealer want to import the foie gras producer's problems?

    Defending Agriculture and Sometimes Horse Slaughter and Michael Vick

  • A SLIP in vealer quality last week at Baw Baw Livestock Exchange, Warragul, saw their average price ease 10 cents to 167.8 cents and the top price of recent sales did not return, although the 233 cents for the top vealer was maybe down on what the quality of the pen showed.

    Star News Group

  • Four hundred and fifty two vealers were offered and as mentioned quality was a big factor in the price, with vendors unable to finish a lot of them due to the dry conditions, best vealer made 233 cents.

    Star News Group

  • Veal rose three cents to 161.4, heavy vealer range was 107.6 to 222.6 and light veal

    Star News Group


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