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

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 37Whole Hog Brief Issue 81, 17 February 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 59, 18 February 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 59, 18 February 2002

Price: £5.00


..... EU and Russia talk on WTO accession, Philippines lifts ban on UK pork imports, NPA welcomes Industry report, EU to harmonise control measure for African Swine Fever, German swine fever case prompts pig slaughter, EU vets say UK free from FMD, UK livestock markets reopen, SVD outbreak in Italy, New UK food safety campaign, EU pig prices, Hungarian crop prices fall, Arago changes plans to delist Pick, Smithfield goes on promotio9nal tour, Smithfield win Iowa Murphy ruling, US senate insists on packer-owned her ban, Canadian hogs pour south,  US says no evidence to support China GMO rules, US trade, USDA voices concern at EU MBM ban extension, Report recommends air standard for Iowa CAFO’s, Canada trade, New South Carolina hog regulations, Hormel results, Smithfield results, Seaboard announce site for new plant, Lechler announce new division, US firm makes pigs from ear,  OZ exports, Kiwi animal rightist move against sow stalls, OZ food handling report sets benchmark, Japanese food scandal spreads to pork, Japan to lift import ban on S Korean pigmeat,  S Korea joins global pig genome project, FMD fears hit Hong Kong, Taiwan Sugar to buy Vietnamese hog farm, USMEF bags US pork promotion in Russia,  I say I say, Price monitor