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Whole Hog Brief Issue 114, 16 August 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 114, 16 August 2004

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.....Pigs get positive outlook in new EU Prospects report, HK Ruokatalo and Danish Crown to cooperate in Poland, Commission clears Monsanto’s GM maize for animal feed, Campofrio sells Poland’s Morliny to Smithfield, EU to up pressure on Russia over trade,  Cranswick results, UK genetics firm calls for cordon sanitaire, JSR Genetics ships breeding pigs to Japan, Free-range pork by post in the UK, Skills shortage threatens Scots pig industry, New UK websites to improve meat safety and quality, UK pigmeat imports rise sharply, Canadians rename retail pork cuts, US hogs fly south to Mexico, USDA awards US$11M FOR National Animal ID scheme, Cargill results, Hormel and Excel develop new fresh meat packaging, Tyson’s Chief Financial Officer retires, Danisco appoints new Americas Director, US Pork Board gets new president, US/Brazilian partnership boosts pork production, Premium Brands buys sandwich maker, Maple Leaf results, Tyson focuses on ‘protein power’ campaign, Tyson results, Smithfield results, Smithfield plans expansion, More swine fever cases in Japan, Japan trade, OZ pig producers challenge quarantine, S Korea trade, S Korea to build ‘organ-donor pig’ research centre, Meat sniffer dogs to start work in Japanese airports, Chemeq shares fall amid plant fears, Indian government bans pork imports, United Foods results, S Khonkaen upbeat over plans for Dutch site, Philippine hog farmers demand farmgate floor price increase, I say I say, Price monitor