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

We have been publishing Whole Hog Brief every month since 1999 and there are several ways to access our charts/tables.

We put our Latest Headlines on the site from the most recent issue of Whole Hog Brief so you will know what we are covering this month - we suggest you register on the site and we will email you when these headlines are changed each month as new issues are published. You can also follow our Editor's Tweets by following @johnstrak

The Editor's Blog is refreshed 2 or 3 times a month depending on the news and we Tweet from @johnstrak when a new Blog is published - and we email those registered on our site. 

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Dr John Strak, Editor Whole Hog

 

Whole Hog Brief Issue 77, 2 December 2002Whole Hog Brief Issue 118, November 2004

Whole Hog Brief Issue 99, 1 December 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 99, 1 December 2003

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..... FAO report - tight supply for pigmeat, US to get lion's share of Russian meat quotas? EU competition regulator has agricultural co-ops in sights, In control at Dumeco, USDA says France and Spain safe from CSF, French carcass collection criticised, EU grants wheat import quota to Canada, Hungarian researchers find alternative to AGPs, Cremonini sees earnings soar 299%, There was an old man, The Great Polish Pork Export Swindle, Duty-free grain imports needed says Polish feed producers, Soccer entrepreneur holds on to bacon, Danish pig farmers face abuse penalties, Antimicrobial use in UK steady, UK swine fever loan to be repaid by New Year, Cranswick results, Grampian’s new acquisition, Feed industry can help boost UK pig profits, US trade, Raw power from swine manure facility, US food firms slow to register under new security rules, Smithfield to keep Farmland plants open, Tyson announces animal well-being office, USDA outlines additional research needs, US pork produces win war against trichinellosis, Co-operation works, Smithfield results, Hormel results, Taiwanese discuss developments in Iowa, PMWS movement ban in force in New Zealand, Thailand to invest and upgrade pork industry, Oz sheep refused export permits after ham hit, Taiwan to lift ban on Chinese corn, Philippine hog farmers seek buffalo protection, People’s Food expansion plans, Russia to limit grain exports, Russian government panel recommends pork quota level, UK bid to open pork market in China, I say I say, Price monitor