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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


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Whole Hog Brief Issue 75, 4 November 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 75, 4 November 2002

Price: £5.00

..... EU approves package to fight animal disease, UK Govt defeated over vaccination bill, Commission adopts first EU report on irradiated food, Polish pork oversupply likely to hamper price growth, UK pig leader wins top award, New Korean offensive for French producer, Cranswick acquires North Wales Food, Gene-modified pigs may make better organ donors, US hog group to import European wheat, US slams new EU GM organism rules, Brazilian hog exports grow 107%, New US meat price database created, US cou4rt rules Pork Checkoff unconstitutional, US trade, IPPA assists niche hog marketers, Kansas judge turns down stricter livestock rules, USDA organic standards implemented, Canada livestock producers encouraged to consider animal welfare auditing, CQA validation for 50% of Canadian production, Judge dismisses Tyson workers suit, US to close doors on unclean packers, Bunge results, Maple Leaf results, Perdigao takes over Dadia export venture, Farmland looks at selling meat arm, OZ consumers called on to buy Australian pork, Japan trade, OZ Govt funds piggery, Wet markets lose out to supermarkets in China, Taiwan hog group first to buy Chinese corn, people’s Food results, Fake Chinese pork found in Philippines, I say I say, Price monitor