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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 82, 3 March 2003Whole Hog Brief Issue 14

Whole Hog Brief Issue 101, 19 January 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 101, 19 January 2004

Price: £5.00


..... Threat of compulsory pollution insurance recedes, New EU programme to promote genetic diversity, Dutch pig farmers back IKB scheme, Swine vesicular disease in Portugal, EEA backs down over Danish pollution claims, Danes take action on shoulder sores, Butchers should shun Danish pork farmers, says MP, Funding crisis delays UK pig carcase collection scheme, Vet medicines decision shocks NFU, High speed semen from JSR, Manitoba Pork Council reduces producer levies, US herd, Canadian consumers concerned with food safety, NPPC applauds new US – Central American trade deal, US trade, USDA allows more comment on COOL, Swift plans layoffs despite income rise, Cargill results, Prairie Farmers pork co-op files for Chapter 11, NPPC forms new animal health and food security committee, Oz activist in court on pigmeat feeding charge, Taiwan’s hog farmers maintain production levels, Oz Senate inquiry into imported pigmeat, S Korean trade, Japan trade, Australia’s SIRO brings home the bacon, Japan may extend meat tariffs, Virus kills 37,000 pigs in Belarus, Singapore may import Malaysian frozen pork, New swine fever outbreak in S Korea, Nippon Swine Farm Co admits banned vaccine use, Thailand’s CP Group to expand in China, I say I say, Price monitor