Pig welfare cost rise

Garner, James
September 2002
Farmers Weekly;9/6/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 10, p35
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposed European Union pig welfare legislation. Impact of the proposed legislation on production costs of pigs in Great Britain; Regulations imposed by the British Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on the swine industry.


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