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Whole Hog Brief Issue 28Whole Hog Brief Issue 73, 7 October 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 51, 1 October 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 51, 1 October 2001

Price: £5.00


..... French hog co-ops jump on the integration bandwagon, UK pig industry to push ahead with salmonella testing, Pick shares suspended on Hungarian exchange, Another UK region earns FMD-free status, Dutch suspend dioxin feed farm licence, British pig breeders call for end to export ban, PMWS/PDNS costs UK pig industry £21 million, UK food adviser says Europe’s GM rules ‘unworkable’, UK PIRS Ongoers scheme, NPA – up to its neck in it, EU says GM soya is not a health risk, German Cabinet approves organic qualit5y seal, EU states may have exported MBM in 2000, Spanish CSF restrictions eased, JSR – Turning to the future, PETA cancels US Expo protest, Sask producer levy lowered, NPPC urges action on Trade Promotion Authority, Sask opens new food industry centre, Canadian swine centre looks for superior feed, US trade, Brazil’s pigmeat exports up, OK examines new odour rules, US feed grain production forecast down, ConAgra results, Smithfield increases its value-added range, Tyson results, Unipork Genetics to be sold to Monsanto, S Korea gets FMD-free status, Taiwanese typhoon causes US$81M Ag loss, Clever country company powers up from US hog manure, Japan bans all MBM imports as mad cow is found, Vietnam aims to increase pork exports, China formally admitted to WTO, Vietnamese farmers urge public investment in livestock technology, ASF outbreak in Tanzania, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor