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Whole Hog Brief Issue 98, 17 November 2003Whole Hog Brief 211, August (single issue)

Whole Hog Brief Issue 117, October 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 117, October 2004

Price: £5.00


..... Europe’s changing pig production, Denmark to raise more pigs and less cows, EU clears Solokow purchase by Danish Crown and HK Ruokatalo, Russia allocates pork quotas, Nutreco sells Hendrix Meat to Best Agrifund, HK Ruokatalo to streamline structure, Campofrio builds acquisitions war chest, Czech pork output declines in August, Health bid for British pork, Budgens choose LincPork, Canterbury results, Import controls tighten in Northern Ireland, Japan reopens its doors to UK pigs, AMI lobbies mandatory US livestock ID, US trade, US Senate tie puts mandatory COOL on ice, Agrosuper’s methane-powered credit trade, Brazil’s record pork exports, McDonalds raises dividend, ConAgra results, Alberta pork processing plant to expand, ConAgra sells Swift Foods stake, R-CALF attempts to halt voluntary COOL, NC State gets swine marketing study grant, OZ NLIS gets ISO, ‘Pork IRA must be withdrawn’ demands APL, Porkmark launched in New Zealand, Japan trade, Japan’s hog farmers shrink, OZ pigmeat inquiry gets green light, Thai JV to boost SPF pig production, n Korea’s Chinese pork imports surge, Philippine pig farmers told to ‘hold on’, Kiwi pork industry launches electronic traceability system, Human-to-human avian flu transmission reported, I say I say, Price monitor