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Whole Hog Brief Issue 27Whole Hog Brief Issue 72, 16 September 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 50, 17 September 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 50, 17 September 2001

Price: £5.00


..... Scotland declared FMD-free - export plans rejected, Danish exports, Pig brother is a hit, PIC changes name, Pick acquires control of Falcontrade, PIC receives EU grant for pork quality project, Animex announces capital increase, Danish producers to go international, Brittany Open Days – all about Image, Le Model Breton – a French approach, Mexico sets up council for Ag sector, Mexico/US sign food-safety pact, US committee studies Ag bioterrorism, Canada trade, US food industry to fight salmonella tests, Canadian biotech committee issue GMO report, TNRCC gets papers for pig facility, Hearings begin on Ontario’s Nutrient Bill, Smithfield buys remaining Schneider shares, Wendy’s sets new animal welfare guidelines, IBP to scrap dividend, SWP and Agricore to sell Heartland, Smithfield to buy Stadler’s County Ham, Smithfield buys Packerland, Pork poisons 188 in China, OZ researchers study CSF in Vietnam, Vietnam plants seeds for farm investment, Japan trade, Philippine’s millers eye Chinese soymeal, China soya GMO rules rattle US industry, HK farmers Vs. Thai chilled meat, Disease outbreak in Zambia, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor