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

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Dr John Strak, Editor Whole Hog


Whole Hog Brief Issue 33Whole Hog Brief Issue 78, 16 December 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 56, 17 December 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 56, 17 December 2001

Price: £5.00

..... Danish Crown launches Code of Practice, EU set to launch food safety body, EU set to launch food safety body, EU survey reveals Europeans are less confident about the CAP, German firm gets biodiesel from carcasses, EU Vets allow live UK pig exports, Cranswick results, Arago’s bid for Pick approved, Poland cannot access EU farm aid until 2003, CMC calls for single inspection system, US trade, Court confirms Checkoff settlement, Alberta: strong support for new CFO regs, US appeals court strikes down meat tests, Kennedy aims to keep pigs at bay, CME prepares for new e-hog contract, New US branded meat export fund, Smithfield gets environmental rating, Two new feed mills for Western Canada, Pork Council hits out at odour rules, Smithfield and American Foods end deal talks, Seaboard and Oklahoma reach settlement, OZ producers told to prove they’re GM-free, Australian trade, us AND China agree on US soybean exports, Japan trade, San Miguel says no to Swift bid, The futures, I say I say, Price monitor