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Whole Hog Brief Issue 36Whole Hog Brief Issue 80, 3 February 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 58, 4 February 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 58, 4 February 2002

Price: £5.00

..... Pork is the new poultry for bacteria, The end is nigh, says MLC, Swine fever outbreak in Germany, Germany alerts neighbours on contaminated feed, Poland suspends duty-free import licences for EU pork, Britain declared FMD-free, France struggles to re-launch pork exports, More Swine Fever cases in Spain, EU Council Oks Portuguese pig farm aid, Ukraine to ban US meat products, ACMC launch ‘own brand’ pigs, Irish pigmeat safety plan, Danish microchip detects bacteria in meat, Arago complete buyout of Pick, Smithfields bids for stake in Poland’s Animex, US$367m for US agriculture defence, US pig crop, USA forecasts hog price fall, Family Farms group ends checkoff suit, Iowa’s Pseudorables cases drop to zero, Nebraska launches manure management program, USDA seeks humane treatment in US meat plants, Sadia results, PSF Group results, Tyson results, Farmland results, Cargill results, Vietnam pork exports direct to Macao, S Korea moves on pork import bans, OZ refuses to lift ban on UK meat, France warns Japan over pork ban, Japan trade, China defends its food safety record, Kenyan traders ignore ban on import pork, China’s GMO import rules, China commissions its biggest abattoir, People’s Food to double outlets,  Interview with Brian Ramsay of Australian Pork Ltd, I say I say, Price monitor