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Whole Hog Brief Issue 31Whole Hog Brief Issue 76, 18 November 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 54, 19 November 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 54, 19 November 2001

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....., Study sees EU farm aid phased in for new members, RSPCA calls for livestock producer permits, EU allows imports of live animals to the UK, USDA forecasts, Carr’s Milling: FMD still affects business, Ten EU states face action over GMO rules, Germans disgruntled with wild pigs, French firm to seek Ukranian feed grain, Go tell the Spartans! NF U turn, PIC changes name, Pick’s results, Argentina to probe alleged dumping of Brazil pork chops, US consumers ready to accept meat irradiation, Canada to end meat swill for hogs, Mexico opens meat import inspection unit, US increases vet numbers at ports, Tyson results, Bunge results, Seaboard results, PSF results, CFIA expects Chinese pork plant approval, Sadia results, Farms.com acquires PigCHAMP Inc, Cargill’s Excel to buy Taylor Packingt, NRO beefs at Smithfield buys, Darling Downs may sell up, China lifts ban on Korean imports, OZ pigmeat production, Japanese ports hold MBM mountain, China sausage maker squeezed but denies chop, Russians get taste for US pork, China’s tainted pork case, , The futures, I say I say, Price monitor