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Whole Hog Brief Issue 87, 19 May 2003Whole Hog Brief Issue 19

Whole Hog Brief Issue 106, 5 April 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 106, 5 April 2004

Price: £5.00


..... EU ends export subsidies, EU approves Nordfliesch acquisition, Hungary asks Romania to reconsider duties, Swine fever cases in Bosnia,MEPs vote for strict livestock transport limits, Commission authorises French slaughter tax, Ukraine’s pig herd drops as cattle rise, UK pigmeat imports rise, Scotpigs wound up by court, A better start, a Beta-finish, Cranswick results, Chinese vets inspect British pig industry, USDA rejects new meat safety powers, US trade, Dominican Republic joins CAFTA trade pact, Maple Leaf adds DNA traceability to Japanese pork exports, Alberta to evaluate alternatives to stalls, Smithfield receives OK to sell Schneider, Avian Flu spreads in BC flocks, Solid sales growth at Central Canada Food Corp, ConAgra results, SEC investigates Tyson, Cargill completes acquisition of Agway feed unit, Bob Evans Farms results, Japanese meat packers extend traceability to pork, New Ox pork industry working group to lead the way, Oz pork industry launches appeal against import plan, Japan trade, Japanese swine fever case linked to vaccine, Japanese feed companies link up, Japan sees flu ban end by mid April, Malaysian hog prices raised as feed costs soar, Vietnam eyes insurance for farmers after Flu, Advanced ID technology approved for Thai hog herd, Philippine pork import plan lowers duties, I say I say, Price monitor