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Whole Hog Brief Issue 111, 22 June 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 111, 22 June 2004

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..... EU strikes deal with Russia to resume meat exports, EU animal feed production falls in 2003, Fischler signals WTO farm breakthrough possible, Russia tightens GM labelling rules, Stability faces EU producers after 2004 drop, New environmentalist pressure on Danish producers, Biodiesel solution approved for animal by-products, Laws should ease EU GM worries says Fischler, Smithfield Foods confirms deal to buy Jean Caby, Nitrate problems signal increased compliance costs, Commission approves Danish Crown acquisition, Maltese meat production down in 2004, Austria enacts tough animal rights law, UK pig company  heads to Caribbean, Coren to export Spanish pork to the UK, DEFRA publishes paper on FMD vaccination, Japan to re-open to UK breeding pigs, Malta takes UK pigs, AMI welcomes voluntary COOL bill, US trade, New York artist hams it up in bed, US Pork Board predicts price breakthrough, New USDA lab to study stress in livestock, Canadian researchers to study sows, Central Canada Food Corps results, Japan lifts ban on some US poultry, The Road to Discovery with maple Leaf, Detectable needles become mandatory at Maple Leaf, Two US companies team up to improve pork, ConAgra to consolidate Iowa plants, Smithfield results, Smithfield gets first ISO certification, Boehringer-Ingelheim wins PRRS vaccine case, Smithfield to close plant, Judge clears Tyson,NPPC dismiss APL quarantine action, Robert Sutton, Japan trade, Japanese-US JV to sell pork bone extract, Malaysia bans beta-agonist from feed, Philippine govt funds restocking program, India develops pig feed from cuttle fish and squid,S Korea to mass produce pig organs for transplants, Nippon Ham official arrested, S Korea trade, Pig production declines in Zimbabwe, I say I say, Price monitor