CALS in the News: March 22-26, 2010

CALS in the News
News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff…

Health issues are at heart of raw milk debate
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 3/25/2010
Quoted: Rusty Bishop, Center for Dairy Research

Raw Milk Policy Working Group Focused on Thorough Research, Consensus

Agri-View 3/25/2010
Mentioned: Richard Barrows, Agricultural and Applied Economics (emeritus)
Quoted: Dick Cates, DATCP Board and UW-Madison School for Beginning Dairy and Livestock Farmers
Mentioned: Scott Rankin, Food Science
Mentioned: Pam Ruegg, Dairy Science

A Decision Support System For Dairy Production, Expansion
Agri-View 3/25/2010
Quoted: Victor Cabrera, Dairy Science

Green-Up N Application Benefits Late-Planted Wheat

Agri-View 3/25/2010
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Binning Back to Help Growers With Weed Control
Agri-View 3/25/2010
Mentioned: Larry Binning, Agronomy (emeritus)

Grain Bin Rescue Focus in Loyal
Agri-View 3/25/2010
Mentioned: Cheryl Skjolaas, Biological Systems Engineering

Class III Futures Look to Average $14.20
Agri-View 3/25/2010
Quoted: Robert Cropp, Agricultural and Applied Economics (emeritus)

Hazelnuts: Small Crop Could Have Big Future

Agri-View 3/18/2010
Quoted: Brent McCown, Horticulture

Bee population declining

WKOW TV Madison 3/25/2010
Quoted: Phil Pellitteri, Entomology

Editorial: Congress must find solution to issue
Green Bay Press Gazette 3/26/2010
Mentioned: Program on Agricultural Technology Studies

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