CALS in the News: April 20-24, 2009

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff…

CALS in the News

Raw milk draws fans, despite being illegal to sell
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 04/19/09
Quoted: Barbara Ingham, Food Sciences

Wisconsin-based bioenergy research leading the way 04/21/09
Quoted: Molly Jahn, dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Four UW-Madison scholars recognized by AAAS
UW-Madison News 04/22/09
Mentioned: Sean Carroll, Genetics

Meat Industry Hall of Fame to induct three
Country Today 4/22/2009 (subscription) Pg 3C
Mentioned: Larry L. Borchert, Animal Science

FTD officials to rekindle permanent-site discussion
Country Today 4/22/2009 (subscription) Pg 3A
Quoted: Rick Klemme, Dean, Cooperative Extension

Wine grapes field day set
Country Today 4/22/2009 (subscription) Pg 5A
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station
Mentioned: Richard Weidman, Peninsular Agricultural Research Station

Coyotes a small threat
Wisconsin State Journal 04/23/09
Quoted: Scott Crave: Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No easy answer to coyote problem
Wisconsin Radio Network 04/23/09
Quoted: Scott Craven: Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Researchers: Ample Evidence Karst Makes Northeast Vulnerable to Manure

Agri-View 4/23/2009
Quoted: Fred Madison, Soil Science

Meat Animal Quality Assurance Program Introduced to Wisconsin Meat
Processors, Can Improve Quality
Agri-View 4/23/2009
Quoted: Bernie O’Rourke, Animal Science

Topics of Interest

Earth Day’s roots are deep in Wisconsin
WKOTV-27 04/18/09

Group to recycle Crazylegs water bottles
Capitol Times 04/23/09

Scientists from 25 countries sequence cow genome
U.S. News 04/23/09

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