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

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 72, 16 September 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 72, 16 September 2002

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..... Slovaks lift ban on EU states imports, Pigs have brains claim scientists, EU to tighten grip on FMD policy, UK environmental health officers call for more action on illegal meat imports, SAC announces meat consistency drive, Betaine boosts lean tissue in pigs, Sygen results, Crumb Factory ells customers to get stuffed, Kerry results, New Chairman for Danisco, US to study impact of tariff elimination, Large pig farms control US crop, Canadian antimicrobial recommendations, US trade, Hormel continues work at Austin plant, US belly exports to Mexico trigger safeguard tariff, USDA on track to launch country of origin labels, US vets resolution on pregnant sow housing passes, US researchers say meat from cloned animals is safe to eat, Final fund raising push starts for Canadian Pork Interpretive Centre, Hormel to switch Rochelle plant to processed meat, Hormel/Excel in retail joint venture, Tyson results, Bob Evans Farms results, George Weston Names CFO, Heartland Pork COO appointed, Australian pork exports, Nippon Meat denies new chilled label fraud, Thai meat role set to grow, Australian drought, Bangkok meat markets face overhaul, S Korean pork imports surge, Nippon Meats sets up complaints site, Malaysian pig farmers dodge rules, Bangkok slaughter house funds okayed, US farmers say no to US-OZ trade pact, I say I say, Price monitor