Definition of vealer in English:
A calf less than a year old which has been fattened for slaughter: vealers were sold at the time when the price received per kilogram was lowest
More example sentences
- Livestock records in Victoria continue to tumble, with a vealer selling for 239.2 cents a kilo at a trade sale in Pakenham yesterday.
- A 450-kilo heavy vealer steer - more precisely a Limousin cross steer - sold for 251 cents a kilo, or $1,200 in total.
- I produced weaners, vealers, steers, fat cows, stud bulls, fine wool and prime lambs.
Definition of vealer in:
- US English dictionary
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