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Whole Hog Brief Issue 23Whole Hog Brief Issue 68, 1 July 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 46, 16 July 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 46, 16 July 2001

Price: £5.00


..... Irish meat plants slammed in EU report, Spain bans pig movement amid new CSF cases, Farm Council endorses EU Food Authority, EU complains to WTO about FMD bans, EU vets extend UK FMD ban, Japan and Poland ban German pork, MLC expects UK pig slaughter to be cut, UK exempts rare pigs from FMD cull, UK Ministers say pig prospects ‘promising’, Alarm as FMD creeps closer to UK pig herds, UK agrimonetary compensation and Ongoers, French exports, Slovenia eases ban on EU livestock imports, EU Commissioner signals action on dioxins in feed, NC wants hogs off the floodplain, Bullish US hog prices encourage academics, New look NPPC to focus on trade policy, Florida amendment reflects squeal fr4om welfare groups, Quebec ships unapproved pork to Russia, US hog imports from Canada hit record, USDA launches food safety website, Big Sky wants mor Sask development, PSF investment breaks ground in North Carolina, Farmland results, PIC stud receives special quality control certification, Tyson extends date for IBP match, Premium Brands results, Philippine processors seek big tariff cuts, New Zealand meat consumption up, Australia’s ability to fight FMD ‘run down’, Australia eases FMD border controls, Provimi acquires premix plants in Australia, Vietnam pork industry to export more with Govt aid, New Malaysian swine abattoir site chosen, NZ pork industry needs flexibility, Russia removes ban on Chinese meat imports, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor