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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 39Whole Hog Brief Issue 83, 17 March 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 61, 18 March 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 61, 18 March 2002

Price: £5.00


..... EU parliament votes to ease MBM ban, EU Commission reports on CSF measures, New UK FMD contingency plan, Market support for the Spanish pig sector, Levy bonanza for QMS, Paris 2002: Learning the communication game, UK farm groups attack government slurry tax, Norway bans routine castration, Pick EGM approves Exchange delisting, EU producer prices, Glanbia results, Sokolow results, APHIS announce slaughter plant surveillance plans, Mexico slaps tariff rise on US pork, US checkoff levy reduction vote, Ontario invests in pork promotion, PMWS identified on Argentinian farm, US to get early warning system for swine diseases, Brazil: Soybeans and US subsidies, US NPB  Pork Forum discuss traceability, US pork/beef groups urge action on Russian trade, Intervet swine drug renaming, Tyson appeals IBP merger ruling to defend claim, Smithfield found guilty of civil rights breach, Lakeview charged with Clean Water Act conspiracy, Alberta Pork launch website, Wal-Mart seeks alliances with US producers, ConAgra may be in meat unit sales talks, Perdigao results, Tyson welcomes end of probation, Charoen Pokphand: Turning the Midas touch to pork, APL wheels out the big guns for industry defence, NZ pork in true blue promotion, Kiwi hog numbers down; volumes up, Philippine meat traders challenge food safety body, US see Japanese beef imports down and pork up, Vietnam to boost pork exports, China to tighten up on antibiotics in food, I say I say, Price monitor