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Whole Hog Brief Issue 81, 17 February 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 81, 17 February 2003

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..... WTO farm reform plans, EU proposes to harmonise feed and food controls, German pig herd grows, Ukraine bans pork from South Korea, US gives thumbs up to Dutch plants, Polish Govt pork barrels to end farmer protests, Scandinavian stability for organic meat growth, EU Court finds German quality logo illegal, JSR opens two new AI centres, UK herd, The end is nigh says MLC, Sygen pigs hurt by bear market, Sask Wheat Pool new partnership plans, US pork Checkoff to go to supreme court, US unveils plan for Americas free trade, NPPC chilly on COOL, Guelph prepares to test safety of GM pork, US meat plants must do more against E coli risk, US biotech researchers careless with 386 pigs, CPC considers adding animal welfare to Canadian Quality Assurance, Land O’Lakes results, Perdigao invests in pork innovation, Tyson results, Smithfield seeks to make Farmland bankruptcy public, Merial and Boehringer Ingelhelm in US strategic alliance, OZ pig farmers encouraged to apply to EC aid, S Korea trade, S Korea quarantine restrictions lifted, New labelling scandal hits Japan’s meat processors, British swine to head East? Big hog raisers halt pork deliveries to Manila, Philippines launches national swine accr4editation program, I say I say, Price monitor