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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Headlines in the August 2017 Issue:

Danish herd/inventory moves up with prices in 2017
N. American census suggests optimism & growth
Global prices look set to falter thru the autumn
Global prices weaken & offer reasons to be cautious
Europe’s pig prices are up but exports in decline
Canada’s June exports jump: solid growth @ half year
USA is heading for a record year for exports in 2017
Australian pigmeat imports fall back sharply in June
South Korea’s pork import growth stumbles in July
Strong first half for Japan’s imported pork demand
China’s herd/pigmeat imports both heading downhill

Back page includes the Short View, and the Price Monitor for 18 countries and the Chart of the month: productivity in the North American hog herd

37 charts and tables!

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