Sounds like a very informative site…
Check it out:

Consumers who want to learn more about veal farming, and veal farmers, packers, processors and veterinarians looking for the most recent Veal Quality Assurance (VQA) standards, now have an updated checkoff-funded website that showcases how veal calves are raised by dedicated farmers. The site invites consumers to “Come to the farm. There’s lots to learn.”

For example, did you know most veal calves are fed and grown to 500 pounds?
Did you know that a typical veal farm is a small family farm that raises approximately 200 calves?

There have been significant changes on veal farms in recent years – most noticeably the industry move to group housing – and the updated site addresses veal farm-production questions.