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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 44Whole Hog Brief Issue 88, 2 June 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 66, 31 May 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 66, 31 May 2002

Price: £5.00


..... EU report warns of GM contamination, French say CSF hasn’t spread, Top EU buyers want Dutch IKB quality assurance, New PVE Chairman, Meat is Murder protest at WMC, No sign of Dutch stock rebound, Byrne warns fans over Cup fever, Byrne gets EP support on disease proposals, UK pig farmer found guilty of spreading FMD, UK research fellowship launched, Cranswick results, Aujeszky disease in Hungary, Campofrio completes capital increase, Danish Crown drops claim against Hanegal Okologisk Kod, EU proposals on GM labels, Irish find pig DNA in chicken, Veneman rules out North American food label, US trade, US Senate passes Trade Bill, US cold storage report, Environmental award for Smithfield, Food provision in US Bioterrorism Bill, Du Breton Natural Pork resumes operations, Farmland to rebuild plant, Farmland rejects Smithfield offer, ConAgra Foods transfers out of fresh pork, Tyson buys bacon plant, Kiwi pork industry wants traceability, Australia and Thailand start free trade talks, Australia sees Singapore trade pact in October, APL quick on the Uptake, OZ FMD test details, Japan to discuss new body to improve image, Korea says FMD under control, Ex-pig farmers sue Malaysian Govt over Nipah, Vietnamese Govt boosts export incentive scheme, I say I say, Price monitor