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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 42Whole Hog Brief Issue 86, 6 May 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 64, 7 May 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 64, 7 May 2002

Price: £5.00


..... Germans optimistic over CSF eradication, Growth promoting hormones pose consumer health risk, Britain organises joint PMWS approach to the EU, FMD rules threaten UK farm shows, EU Veterinary Fund to be updated, FAO launches food standards review, NPA survival plan, Suits fly over UK F?MD cover up claim, NPA calls for new pig tax to be resisted, Dalehead to close plants, B~PEX revises herd forecast, Asda star in Parma drama, New Quebec hog farm moratorium, USDA picks DuPont listeria test system, US hog price, US trade,  US pig crop, EPA rules may cause US herd migrations, Manitoba Uni to study livestock systems impacts, Maple Leaf results, Tyson results, ADM results, Hormel and Cargill in joint venture, Farmland issues health statement, OZ AIRPORK gets Singapore’s seal of approval, Global backdrop for OZ prices, Japan and Australia agree to free trade talks, Japan trade, Smithfield to brand fresh pork for Japanese market, Mutter Ham to buy Snow Brand’s ham operations, FMD outbreak worsens in Malaysia, S Korea to resume pork exports, Taiwanese scientists announce cloned pigs, China buys first US soybeans under new GMO rules, OZ Govt funds feeding innovation, I say I say, Price monitor