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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 71, 2 September 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 71, 2 September 2002

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..... UK pigmeat production set to fall, Ireland launches new Animal Health and Welfare committee, Danish MPs consider new wage system for slaughtermen, Slovakia lifts ban on pork imports from France, Glanbia results, UK firm makes pigs for organ transplants, Scientists prove a fragrant pig is a healthy pig, Ruokatalo results, Pozmeat to sell Robakow plant, Campofrio results, Canadian airports dump FMD mats, USDA to promptly inform meat firms of E.coli infection, US FMD outbreak cost, Ohio Livestock Environmental Permitting Program finalised, Ridley results, Alberta hog plant set for expansion, Tyson to expand meat brand labels, Smithfield results, Hormel results, Cargill results, New Director for Smithfield,  OZ pork innovators take tech to Bush, New Chinese import regs increase import uncertainty, Nippon management changes, Japan trade, JHSPCA new chairman, Danisco new business manager, OZ researchers examine pig cells to treat diabetes, S Korean trade, Antipodean Theseus to tackle amazed bull, Pig farming prohibition in Bukit Pelandok stays, Biosecurity risk warning, I say I say, Price monitor