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Milk replacer without animal fat, for feeding veal calves



Milk replacer without animal fat, for feeding veal calves



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1255(3), Feb 19



The milk replacer for special fed veal does not contain animal fats, and shows comparable or improved growth rate of calves and quality of veal with respect to color, tenderness and nutritional content, compared to special fed veal fed with conventional milk replacers using animal fat. The fat portion of the milk replacer is replaced by a fat mix which in the preferred embodiment has approximately 80% partially hydrogenated soybean oil, 15% coconut oil, 4% lecithin, and 1% emulsifiers. Variations on actual ingredients and percentages are within the scope of the invention, the essence being the avoidance of animal fats.

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