CALS in the News – June 8-12

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff…

Horse care seminars slated
Country Today 6/10/2009 (subscription) Pg 4B
Liv Sandberg, Animal Science

Organizers, farm gear up for Farm Tech Days
Country Today 6/10/2009 (subscription) Pg 1
Quoted: Glenn Thompson, GM, Farm Technology Days
Quoted: Ron Schuler, Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: Matt Digman, Biological Systems Engineering
Quoted: Rick Klemme, Dean, UW-Extension

Heat Damaged Hay: What’s Really Going On
Agri-View 6/3/2009
Quoted: Pat Hoffman, Dairy Science

Gevens New Potato, Vegetable Plant Pathologist
Agri-View 6/3/2009
Mentioned: Amanda Gevens, Plant Pathology

Cheese, Milk Prices Should Perk Up in June
Agri-View 6/3/2009
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics

Klemme named dean and director of UW Extension
Wisconsin Agriculturist 6/2009 (PDF)
Mentioned: Rick Klemme, Dean, Cooperative Extension

Hixton farm hosts Hay Expo June 10-11
Wisconsin Agriculturist 6/2009 (PDF)
Mentioned: Brian Jensen, Entomology
Mentioned: Paul Esker, Plant Pathology
Dan Undersander, Agronomy

Rake, merge hay the correct way
Wisconsin Agriculturist 6/2009 (PDF)
Quoted: Dan Undersander, Agronomy

Catchy Songs, Important Message (audio)
Milwaukee Public Radio/Lake Effect 6/10/2009
Quoted: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication

Nutritious mouse-eared waffle carries UW team to food contest finals
CALS News 6/10/2009
Quoted: Andy Renaud, Student, Food Science
Mentioned: Destanie Schneider, Student, Food Science
Mentioned: Merike Seaman, Student, Food Science
Mentioned: Raechel Bartz, Student, Food Science
Mentioned: Lisa Zychowski, Student, Food Science

Still ticking: Ticks and Lyme disease aren’t so rare in SE Wisconsin
The Journal Times 6/9/2009
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Deer ticks creep their way into Walworth County
Walworth County Today 6/11/2009
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

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