Gatcombe Farm High Welfare Veal

High welfare or welfare friendly veal is also known as "Rose Veal" because of its pink rather than white colouring.. The calves are reared in small groups in social pens with deep bedding.

The calves have plenty of fresh air and natural light and ventilation. When they are young they live in their groups in big huts with an outdoor run, when they are older they live in open fronted straw bedded barns.

The calves have plenty of room to freely move about and exercise. never confined and fed a diet as natural as possible. The calves are given as much milk as they want, but they also get as much as they want of other feeds like straw for fibre to make sure their digestive system develops as it should.

Nutritional Information

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