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Worldwide round-up

13 January 2000
Worldwide round-up

  • GM seeds smuggled into Brazil
    Brazilian farmers are smuggling genetically modified soya bean seeds, which are prohibited in their country, across the border from Argentina.

  • Polish farmers protest at diseased EU grain
    Polish farmers leaders have threatened to mount a campaign of border protests unless the government increases checks for disease on all grain imported from the EU.

  • Australians protest at live sheep exports
    Animal welfare activists protested in Perth as Australia resumed exports of live sheep to Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than a decade

  • Clue to salmonella
    The elimination of two strains of salmonella that caused disease in hens may have opened the door to infection by another strain which badly affects humans.

  • US pig output downturn offers hope
    Pig farmers are being offered new hope of a long-overdue recovery in the world market as the US Department of Agriculture reports signs of a downturn in output.

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Worldwide round-up

2 December 1999
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2 December 1999
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