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Whole Hog Brief Issue 43Whole Hog Brief Issue 87, 19 May 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 65, 20 May 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 65, 20 May 2002

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....., Fischler and Byrne conclude round table, Managing PMWS – new booklets, JSR Newsham buys Cotswold’s Euro operations, Glanbia closes plants,  M&S leads with compassion, New help for UK breeding stock exports, Danish Crown to cut jobs, Campofrio results, UK industry unveils new self- help plans, Brigadier damns UK FMD crisis leadership, Glanbia plant goes up in smoke, DEFRA’s tale of pig farmers’ woes, USDA may change FMD regs, US pig carcase exports to Mexico, US hog prices, Animal welfare may become standardised in NA, Canadian exports, Taiwan Sugar weary of hog barn approval process, Canadians show ways to slash water usage, ADM officials downplay price-fixing probe, US tightens farm equipment import rules, Smithfield results forecast, New CEO for Farmland, Tyson says it’s legal, Interlink Biotech announce Fort Dodge deal, George Weston results, Omega Protein results, NSW: More money to fight disease, OZ’s CSIRO to study pig stress levels, Singapore spotlights NZ pork, APL to unite services in Canberra,  Australian pigmeat production hits record, Japan trade, Philippines to increase meat import checks, S Korea pork imports down, Mitsui settles US pig feed lawsuit, Ukraine finds pig disease tests for swine fever, APL directors to face re-election, Pork price rises continue in Vietnam, Unfair trading probe in HK pork price war, I say I say, Price monitor