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

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 91, 21 July 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 91, 21 July 2003

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..... Japanese herd increases,  Commission proposes overhaul of transport rules, EU agrees to co-finance CSF eradication, EU parliament passes GM labelling law, Poland to get early access to EU markets, UK PIDS levy cut to zero,  Polish pork exports to Latvia, Latvian farmers against raising quotas,  Ekseko results, EU publishes simplified guide to meat import regulations, EU clears Best Agrifund to buy Dumeco, ConAgra sells pork unit, BPEX squeals on UK pork imports, Foot and Mouth goes virtual, Glanbia sells UK operations, Stotford pig research unit under review, Safeway sends out COOL letter, Canada to remove SRMs from feed, US House votes down COOL for meat, US food scientists to assess bioterrorism risk, Cost of antibiotic ban, US appeals court rules against beef checkoff plan, CPC approves national traceability pilot, National Pork Board reduces staff, Iowa producers fund new post at ISU, Iowa Premium Pork negotiating new packing plant deal, Premium Pork to build new plant, Trans-fat labels required on US food, CFIS calls for mandatory HACCP, FMD outbreak in Bolivia, Hormel fights to protect Spam, Purastone gets ISO certification, McDonald’s results, Farmland results, Tyson results, New Chief Environmental Officer for Tyson, APL chief resigns, Vaccine secured for fighting FMD in Australia, Pan Pacific Pork Expo goes online, Sygen receives patent for first performance trait market in OZ, Thai processor plans export growth, Meat import quota has no impact on supplies say Russians, S Korea trade, Russia queries Ukrainian and Belarus exports, I say I say, Price monitor