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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 32Whole Hog Brief Issue 77, 2 December 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 55, 3 December 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 55, 3 December 2001

Price: £5.00

..... Byrne welcomes dioxin limits in feed, EU defines 'meat', EU agrees common position on animal by-products, EU’s salmonella rules must be fair and funded says NPA, UK’s FMD restrictions eased, British meat export website relaunched, Difficult autumn for French hog farmers, UK Animal Health Bill strong-arms farmers, CSF free status and EU access saves Polish pork producers, Arago’s bid for Pick delayed again, US delists Mexican meat plants, US trade, New US hog insurance scheme pilot launched, USDA unprepared for bioterrorism attack, US trade, Maple Leaf makes share offer, Smithfield results, Bunge restructures Brazilian subsidies, 2002 US pork checkoff budget announced, Hormel results, Porksafe: The OZ pork crisis plan, APL goes for growth strategy, Singapore says no to Malaysian pig imports, Chinese central plan for five animal disease-free areas, Nippon results, Bulgaria wants more pork imports, China to cap import tariffs, Taiwan and China join WTO, Brazilian fresh pigmeat exports to Russia to resume, , The futures, I say I say, Price monitor