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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 54, 19 November 2001Whole Hog Brief Issue 98, 17 November 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 76, 18 November 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 76, 18 November 2002

Price: £5.00


..... US sow kill figures, HSBC Agriculture release Forward Planning booklet, EU to allow vaccination in fight against CSF, Denmark increase production of non-GM pigs, BPEX revises herd forecast, New ACMC protocol battles PMWS, All-Ireland pig group forms, PIC receives ISO certification for nucleus farms in France and Brazil, US farm group seeks WTO action on EU biotech ban, accination for FMD a long-term goal says UK Government, Sygen Intl PLC see profits rise, Bilingual labelling required by Mexico, CSF outbreak in Venezuela, Canada may allow meat irradiation, US Justice Dept given stay in Pork Checkoff ruling, Florida approves move to protect sows, Hog confinement case continues in Iowa, Chinese pigs help US researchers, Drought help for some Canadian pork producers, Tyson results, Iowa pork producers explore plant operations, Cargill says Court Oks Farmland sale, Sadia reports growth, Sask Wheat Pool new board member, NSW pork producers gets stronger voice, OZ farmers group will not call for GMO ban, OZ pork jobs on the line, Korean trade, Philippine authorities seize FMD-infected pork, Philippine feed millers seek duty-free corn, Taiwan seals first China corn deal,  Thailand’s Betagro to join soup venture, Nippon results, Tokyo X – the new designer pig, Thai pig farms seek help to promote hygiene , I say I say, Price monitor