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Whole Hog Brief Issue 69, 15 July 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 69, 15 July 2002

Price: £5.00


..... Cheaper cereals and more rules in CAP reform, US team leaves Moscow with poultry row unresolved, Byrne welcomes adoption of ASF directive, US farm groups say EU GMO plan unworkable, EU boosts export refunds, Europe’s pigmeat prices reasonably stable, Irish Agriculture Minister launches pig initiative, Concern over missing Irish Carbadox pigs, FSA slams UK food assurance schemes, UK reviews ID rulers, Slurry restrictions, UK recruits travellers in meat import battle, Danish Crown creates jobs, Pick appoints new director, Belgian butcher develops meaty Kinder rival, Degussa hit with fine, Pork protein in Dutch chicken alarms UK muslims, Smithfield challenges Iowa pork ban, DOJ succeeds in beef Checkoff stay of injunction, US trade, Ontario’s Nutrient Management Act, Ottowa gives Council grant for new hog rules, US FMI-NCCR animal welfare programme report, NC court rules hog farm regulations unlawful, Farmland gets OK for loan, Genetiporc commits to food safety, Bob Evans Farms ‘comfortable’, ConAgra results, Judge orders sanctions against Kennedy lawyers, US meat packers hit by class action suit, OZ pork industry cautions over semen imports, World Cup fever boosts Korean imports, OZ Govt offers A$1m to fight exotic diseases, OZ pork production  up to 20thmonth, Nippon Shokuhin goes under, Thailand sees new pork export market in Singapore, Russian swine sector to expand, Thai hygienic pork for the UK, gas for locals, Iowa researchers work with Malaysians to combat Nipah, I say I say, Price monitor