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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 55, 3 December 2001Whole Hog Brief Issue 99, 1 December 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 77, 2 December 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 77, 2 December 2002

Price: £5.00


..... Canada/Cairns Group call for elimination of export subsidies, Commission launches consultation on animal protection during transport, EU farm ministers move to combat food poisoning, Bulgaria bans German, Belgium and Luxenbourg pork, EU allows fresh pigmeat imports from Slovakia, Cranswick booming, Price is key concern for UK consumers, UK’s British Pig Executive restructured, New stress hotline for pigs, British bacon sales slump, New UK benchmarking project gets underway, UK pig health funding boost, New technology improves manure’s image in Canada, It costs UD$2bn for COOL, Checkoff’s fate likely to be decided in 2003, Pork producers consider Farmland buyout, Bankrupt Farmland records annual losses, Sask Pork slashes producer levy, Smithfield results, Smithfield NC plant gets OK to kill more hogs, SEC action against DFG ex-workers, Hormel 4 Qtr in line, Frozen pig semen success for Japanese, Drought relief aid extended in Australia, Animal Liberationists target OZ farmers in Christmas campaign, Japan trade,  Pork a hurdle in Japanese-Mexico trade talks, Another swine fever case confirmed in S Korea, OZ Ag worsens in 3 Qtr, Philippine pork imports head downwards, Korea-Chile FTA agreement signed, Thai herbal ingredients- an alternative to antibiotic? Australian research helps Vietnam with CSF, I say I say, Price monitor