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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 94, 15 September 2003Whole Hog Brief Issue 207, April 2012

Whole Hog Brief Issue 113, 26 July 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 113, 26 July 2004

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..... FAO says Asian Avian Flu threat far from over, Accession boosts Polish meat exports and prices, Duda acquires Warsaw meat distributor, EU allows in some animal products from China, Dutch sue Irish drug firm over hormones in feed, EU funds project to improve animal health, New UK technology to fight meat smuggling, UK herd, UK survey finds ‘watered-down’ pork, FSA launch new HACCP monitoring website, Canterbury Foods sees impact from high meat prices, CQA clears first hurdle for recognition, US trade, Wisconsin ID system goes to national trial, Iowa declared pseudorabies-free, Sask biogas plant powers up on manure, Canadian exports stable, US urged to delay full enforcement of Bioterrorism Act, Iowa Premium Pork to begin processing project, McDonalds results, Burger King announces higher sales, PSF starts work on hog fertiliser plant, Swift launches Hispanic meat line, US/Japan working group agrees on need for international BSE standards, OZ livestock groups join up for feed grain talks, US-Australia FTA passes US Senate, China Southern swoops into Denmark for flying pigs, pork leads changes in OZ eating habits, Nippon meat Packers face pig drugs raid, CP Foods sees no impact from new flu, Chemeq brings home the bacon with pig drug test, Fast pork solutions turn Kiwis to mince, Israeli Supreme Court allows pork sales, Kenyan police kill 500 pigs for mating openly with dogs, I say I say, Price monitor