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

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Dr John Strak, Editor Whole Hog

 

Whole Hog Brief Issue 38Whole Hog Brief Issue 82, 3 March 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 60, 4 March 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 60, 4 March 2002

Price: £5.00


..... EU Commission to appeal Portuguese pig aid, CSF outbreak in Luxembourg, New UK FMD case proves negative, UK Minister calls for less live exports, French keep UK meat import ban, EU pork export refunds drop, UK breeding herd, 20 seconds of TLC for German swine, Asda chain in Parma drama, NPA votes to keep producer levy, County report criticises UK FMD effort, UK farms to restock with fewer animals, Danes use internet to survey antibiotic use, Spain gets new EU African Swine Fever laboratory, EU tightens GMO movement rules, Danish Crown, Steff Houlberg merger cleared by EU Commission, Ruokatalo HK results, EU farm-to-table food safety measures, Sygen results, Canadian GMO pigs become chicken feed, US trade, US EPA proposes tough new waste water measures, US pig crop, Canada trade, Iowa/Minnesota lift Nebraska pig ban, Cargill Pork hog farm fined, No peas for Canada’s hogs, Maple Leaf results, Smithfield Foods name new deli chief, Schwartz new president of Canadian Meat Council, OZ pig plumbing survey, Japan trade, Kiwi greens have beef with pig hormone, S Korea lifts pork ban from France, Holland, and Ireland, US concerned by China’s import policies, Chinese officials warn of animal pollution, I say I say, Price monitor