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

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 92, 18 August 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 92, 18 August 2003

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....., New non-GM pork launched in Germany, Aggressive pig sparks helicopter chase, Luxembourg pigs hit by Swine Fever, Salmonella outbreak in Sweden, EU may block Polish imports, Latvia’s Trials results, Lullabies for pigs cause fury, EU backs farmers wanting to grow GM crops, UK producer prices, End UK burial ban now say organic campaigners, Changes to UK pig ID rules, DEFRA to recruit emergency vets, US on offence, Smithfield goes on summer buying spree, Senators vow to fight for COOL funding, US launches GM WTO case, BSE impact spreads to Canadian rendering industry, US introduces new swine welfare program, US trade, USDA lifts pork import ban on Mexican states, Mexico-Japan trade pact, USDA announces sign-up for livestock assistance program, Manitoba plans GIS-based animal disease control database, Premium Brands results, New study on wheat for feed, Japanese trade, China steps up exports of frozen pork, OZ govt supports promotion levy, Imports challenge Kiwi industry, S Korean trade, Pigs face slaughter in Ugandan ASF outbreak, I say I say, Price monitor