Agnelet is the French term for "baby milk-fed lamb". Lamb which is not older than 40 days. Agnelet or "milk-fed lamb" is slaughtered before it is weaned at an age of 30 to 40 days when the animal weighs between 8 to 10 kilograms (18 to 22 pounds). The meat is very tender and delicate, but many people feel that it lacks flavor.

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