CALS in the News for the Week of April 2-6

In the News

In Wisconsin, Voters Fear the Recovery May Leave Them Behind
National Journal 4/3/2012
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Biogas Technology: “Cow Power” Catching On in US
Renewable Energy World 4/4/2012
Quoted: Rebecca Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

Ruegg discusses evolution of mastitis pathogens and testing methods
Agri-View 4/5/2012
Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

Issue: Interseeding red clover with no frost, advanced wheat
Agri-View 4/6/2012
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Don’t rush corn planting, Extension agronomist warns
Wisconsin State Farmer 4/3/2012
Quoted: Joe Lauer, Agronomy
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Breakfast on the Farm April 15
Agri-View 4/6/2012
Mentioned: Association of Women in Agriculture

AgSource names Klemme 2012 Friend of the Cooperative
Agri-View 4/5/2012
Mentioned: Rick Klemme, dean, Cooperative Extension; Agricultural & Applied Economics

AgSource honors Dr. Klemme, Selz-Pralle
Wisconsin State Farmer 4/5/2012
Mentioned: Rick Klemme, dean, Cooperative Extension; Agricultural & Applied Economics

Video on wheat by UW expert
Agri-View 4/6/2012
Mentioned: Shawn Conley

Heart of the Farm – Women in Agriculture Conference set for May 2
Wisconsin State Farmer 4/5/2012
Mentioned: Joy Kirkpatrick, Center for Dairy Profitability

Of Interest

Official: US needs more young farmers, ranchers
Bloomberg BusinessWeek 4/4/2012

UW-Madison surpasses $1 billion in research funding
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 4/3/2012

U.S. farmers resist temptation to rush corn planting
Reuters 4/4/2012

Plan to Let Poultry Plants Inspect Birds Is Criticized
The New York Times 4/4/2012

U.S.-EU mull talks on wide-ranging trade deal
Reuters 4/5/2012