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Whole Hog Brief Issue 30Whole Hog Brief Issue 75, 4 November 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 53, 5 November 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 53, 5 November 2001

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..... Danish Crown and Steff-Houlberg propose merger, Dutch pigmeat industry restructuring package agreed, UK sets out tough animal disease laws, ‘Miracle’ needed to end FMD this autumn, UK farmers angered by FMD payment cuts, Delay to UK export licences ended, New R&D for French porcine verte, FMD lifts futures trading in Germany, France creates new organic food agency, Swiss say organic neither healthier or safer than GMO, Poland ends ban on EU pig imports, UK pig promotion levy under attack, Two new swine fever cases in Germany, EU-enlargement processors given extra time, EU agrees animal feed label rules, Meat – vat grown, Pick results, Grampian becomes UK’s biggest pork processor, UK food industry prevented FMD vaccination, Finnish HK to buy Lithuanian processed meat, US pig crop, US farm groups support origin labelling, Canadian GM labelling bill defeated, Luter steps down from Presidency, USDA gives thumbs up to US exports, US trade, Canadian exporters confident following Chinese visit,  Smithfield crosses the Rio Grande, NPP seeks Tank replacement, Brazilian pork production costs rise, Smithfield results, Cargill results, Maple Leaf results, Australian trade, Russia’s Interros group buys farm assets, Swine fever outbreak in Malawi, Your levy, Your say – say APL, ASF outbreak in Kenya contained, Interview with Michael Townsley, Premium Standard Farms,  I say I say, Price monitor