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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 88, 2 June 2003Whole Hog Brief Issue 20

Whole Hog Brief Issue 107, 19 April 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 107, 19 April 2004

Price: £5.00


....., Dutch are better SAFE than sorry, Sweet success for Cranswick CEO, EU newcomers on target to pass food safety tests, EP paves way for feed hygiene agreement, Delays to EU food hygiene laws expected, Pig Brother hit with Germans, Concerns grow over UK feed prices, EU pig prices, Pursuing quality pork in Scotland, PorkWatch survey targets supermarkets, USDA seeks to eliminate PRRS, Schneider sale to Maple Leaf finalised, US breeding herd decline continues, US-Japanese officials to meet in BSE talks, Canadian live hog exports to US soar, US to lift Canadian beef import ban? Canadian trade, CSA pens pig industry standards, FCC defends loan programmes, USDA refuses to allow private BSE testing, New US test for detecting AGPs announced, McDonalds results, Cargill results, Christensen Farms buys Heartland Pork, Swift & Co results, Perdigao to expand, ABARE predicts OZ herd upturn, Charoen Pokphand puts Vietnam plant on hold, Pork sales jump in Japan, Philippines to impose stricter meat import rules, S Korean trade, Hong Kong pork traders call for end to import monopoly, I say I say, Price monitor