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Whole Hog Brief Issue 24Whole Hog Brief Issue 69, 15 July 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 47, 30 July 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 47, 30 July 2001

Price: £5.00


..... EU set out tough new GM labelling rules, EU proposes dioxin limits in food, Roman ia to lower pork tariffs to CEFTA states, France bans ~Spanish pigs and pigmeat on CSF fears, Germany to kill more CSF pigs, UK Government stops FMD farm cleaning programme, UK NPA claim welfare payment success, Spanish farmer accused of CSF import, Bulgaria bans Spanish pigs and pigmeat, Latest DANMAP confirms zero AGP use, UK meat survey shows little residues, French pork production, EU Commissioner Byrne may support fishmeal feed ban, MLC reveals PDNS/PMWS disease cost, Swill feed ban imposed in Ulster, Slovakia has new CSF outbreak, US committee studies bioterrorism, Purdue launches biosecurity website, US trade, new manure power moves in the US, US Farm Credit Service offers FMD insurance package, NPPC supports nutritional labelling rule, EPA and Murphy Farms settle lawsuit, Seaboard ordered to fix lagoon leaks, Heartland cuts phosphorus waste, Premium appoint new Chairman and President, Pork America cuts a deal for Iowa plant, IBP results, Landmark to build feed mill in Manitoba, Hormel to sell equipment subsidiary, Sadia and Banco do Brasil invest in new facilities, Excel to buy Emmpack Foods, Thais claim US GMO labelling sanctions threat, Japan finds no StarLink traces in pig tests, New Zealand animal activists threaten action on pig crates, OZ researchers find Nipah virus family, Malaysia says FMD outbreak contained, CSF outbreak in Ukranian wild boar, Philippines bans all MBM imports, Russia: latest pig numbers down, Chinese police to escort meat hygiene officers, Interview with Antoine Suau – Federation Nationale Porcine,, I say I say, Price monitor