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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 68, 1 July 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 68, 1 July 2002

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..... Dutch boars to be spared castration? FMD suspect pig has no owner, EU looks at limits for Dioxin and Nitrofen, EU ratifies Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, US could initiate WTO dispute with EU on GM crops, Honest labelling should be priority say NPA, DEFRA welcomes report on livestock tracing, Demonstrators disrupt European Pig Producers’ Brittany conference, Sygen appoints director, Ruokatalo to buy Finnish company, Mexican sanitary inspection rules, Canada’s animal cruelty bill shelved, US herd, US announces package to boost agri exports, US pork group hopes to end Checkoff after ruling, Canada announces new Ag Policy Framework, Possible APHIS move, Call for common welfare standards in US, Albertson’s supports FMI’s animal welfare program, Whistleblower testifies against Smithfield, Costa Rica CSF outbreak, McDonalds results, New partnership brings Danish genetics to Canada, Bunge results, Seaboard introduces needle-free system, US meat export gains to end, Japanese hog herd shrinks, Japan trade, APL’s first delegates forum, NSW Govt fears GMO crops may harm pig industry, FMD outbreak in Zimbabwe, Saudis deny pork in food products, S Korea to cull pigs against FMD, OZ red meat industry pushes to increase on-farm QA, Colonial order invoked to prevent Indian pig meeting, I say I say, Price monitor