As used in Chapter 901:12-5 of the Administrative Code, unless otherwise specified,
"Veal" is a young bovine animal sold for slaughter at or under seven hundred fifty pounds, and raised for the purpose of veal meat production including:
(A) "Special fed veal" is fed a milk-based liquid diet throughout the feeding period;
(B) "Grain fed veal" is raised on a feed program beginning with a milk-based liquid diet and may include hay, pasture or other processed feeds; and,
(C) "Bob veal" is fed a milk-based liquid diet and generally marketed at less than three weeks old and weighing less than one hundred fifty pounds.