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Whole Hog Brief Issue 26Whole Hog Brief Issue 71, 2 September 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 49, 3 September 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 49, 3 September 2001

Price: £5.00


....., Hungarian meat industry seeks bigger handouts, New vaccine helps combat PRRS, Prosciutto di Parma ham production drops, UK research aims to cut production costs, Pick warns on Qtr 3, EU defends new rules on GMO food, Space 2001 – a French Odyssey,. Campofrio results, UK farmers refuse all Treasury cash, Dutch farmers appeal to Britain to vaccinate for FMD, UK FMD: movement restrictions eased amid fresh outbreaks, NAHMS ‘Swine 2000’ report on web, FSIS to list residue violators on web, Ridley results, Veneman reacts to PETA FMD threat, US researchers study ‘designer manure’, US trade, USDA say no FMD compensation for livestock marketers, Smithfield results, IBP sues former unit head, Tyson expects final round with IBP in September, Seaboard results, NSW takes aim at feral pig hunters, Thais set drug limit maximum, OZ lifts ban on Danish imports, Philippines approves pork imports from Korea and Singapore, Japanese panel approves 1% GMO in animal feed, S Korea trade, Nipah area to resume pig farming, Swine Fever alert in Malawi, Thai sparks from pig biogas, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor