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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 35Whole Hog Brief Issue 79, 13 January 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 57, 14 January 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 57, 14 January 2002

Price: £5.00


..... German herd, US declares Netherlands and N Ireland FMD-free, Antibiotic treatment surges in Denmark surges, UK still not FMD free, EU investigates Dutch aid, Spain wants phased-in farm funds for EU candidates, Spanish Swine Fever towns can export pork, DEFRA officials to see pig farm, Slurry troubles hit Brittany town, Cloned pig organs easier to transplant, Tican threat from giant Danish merger? EQIP amendment stirs controversy, Canada trade, Brazilian pigmeat exports up, Texas A&M opens Risk Management Centre, US Senator seeks animal antibiotic stockpile, US FSIS says no labelling required for ozone meat, US trade, US FSIS delays water retention rule, US National Pork Board hires CFO, Bob Evans results, Tyson results, Agrosuper points to soaring sales, Taiwan firm revives Canadian pig farm plans, Monsanto acquires Unipork swine genetics business, Maple Leaf closes stock offering, USDA restores Japan’s FMD-free status, China sets up pig DNA bank, New OZ FMD disaster plan, Smithfield and Artal team up for China venture, Taiwan bans pork investment in China, China to raise animal husbandry standards, Hong Kong regulates feed chemicals, Tanzania’s Kenyan pork ban renewed, African Swine Fever in Mozambique, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor