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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 45Whole Hog Brief Issue 89, 16 June 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 67, 17 June 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 67, 17 June 2002

Price: £5.00


..... Luxembourg, Germany and Spain, Danish hog housing, Germany escapes EU action in nitrofen affair, Dutch organic farming growth, Bulgarian producers face label fines, ZMP sees no threat to EU from restructuring in CEECs pig sectors, Mexican pig farmers blockage border bridge to USA, Argentina launches FMD outbreak investigation, NPPC calls on NAFTA allies to ease slaughter capacity crunch, Quebec imposes longer moratorium on new hog farms, US opposes labelling GM food, Checkoff highlights animal welfare at Expo, Smithfield to add Stefano’s Italian Products to deli lines, Agrosuper dedicates new hog processing plant, Canada’s cruelty legislation, US Senator calls for relabeling probe, Farmland bankruptcy, Premium Standard Farms responds to environmental suit, Pure Lean expanding in Mexico, Du Breton plant resumes operations, Hormel results, Smithfield results, OZ pork industry gets tough semen IRA, Japanese processor tells porkies on labels, Danpork and DDF to co-operate over new pig plans, Exploding wild pig danger in Australia, Thailand bans animal antibiotics, South Africa FMD free, S Korean pigmeat imports, Malaysian breeders eye Riau for development, Japanese to form new food safety body, I say I say, Price monitor