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Dr John Strak, Editor Whole Hog

 

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 90, 30 June 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 90, 30 June 2003

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..... EU lays down rules for EFSA decision-making, Tesco says, listen and respond to customers, Glanbia to expand, Dairygold to move out of pigs, Danisco results, Boost to Scots pig farmers from Grampian and M&S, Lithuania to negotiate with Latvia on pork limits, Polish pork gets wings, Polish meat industry expects downturn, All change for Germany’s pig industry, Spain leads the way in EU feed production, World Pork Congress, Fallen carcass scheme, Dutch boost for organic research, Consultation to suspend UK PIDS levy, Spain – heading for EU domination? No labels for cloned meat in US? USDA website to collect export data, US trade, Pigs cleared of SARS link by CFIA, CFIA recognition boosts export confidence, Tyson settles waste fine, Canadian trade, Brazil to restart  exports to Russia, ConAgra results, SC legislature to revive hog farm debate in 2004, NC lawmakers debates ban on hog lagoons, Hog gas ignites colony blast, Pennexx delivers deed to Smithfield, Maple Leaf workers return to work, Seaboard starts new welfare audit scheme, Canadian Wheat Board sues ConAgra, Monsanto refuses to withdraw GM wheat from Canada, Residue levy increase avoided by APL, Japan’s market, Pork Expo in OZ calls for sponsors, FMD hogs burned in Philippines, Shineway shows the way for China, Russian market set to grow, I say I say, Price monitor