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Whole Hog Brief Issue 89, 16 June 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 89, 16 June 2003

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..... EU Farm Council debates pigmeat export refunds, EU draws up animal transport rules,  EU prices, China may soon end ban on Dutch Livestock imports, Dutch pig housing standards revised, Danish Govt launches organic food campaign, Calls for carbon dioxide stunning ban, Latvian President to curb imports, Back UK pigs - retailers urged by NPA, Coopagri Bretage struggles, Irish abattoirs rescue plan moves from pigs, US-Mexico hog exports to boom, Higher US hog prices forecast, Russia clears way for partial return of Brazilian pork, Mexico working to eradicate CSF by 2006, NPPC welcomes US-Chile FTA, NC farmer turns hog waste into power source, USDA announces boost to farm export promotion cash, Waterkeeeper Kennedy to use suits to keep pigs at bay, Elimination of AGPs recommended for US hogs, OSU Extension offers disease prevention guide, Canadian Quality Assurance nears end of first stage,  Tyson completes expansion, US April pig crop, Smithfield results, Smithfield to receive meat company property, Farmland to sell beef business,  Craig Mostyn offers support to OZ producers, OZ coalition seeks funds to battle wild pigs, Kiwi pork industry receives research funding, Papua New Guinea moves to ban pork imports, Philippine Govt launches anti-CSF campaign, Police raid Prima Meat over mislabelling, S Korean trade, Last pig farm in Chinese boomtown closes, I say I say, Price monitor