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CALS in the News for the Week of August 1-5

News Items

Coming Soon: Clothes That Never Get Dirty, Repel Toxic Gases and Will Even Charge Your Cell Phone
Fox News Latino 8/4/2011
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Science and Communication

UW, partners launch Central Wisconsin Water Initiative 
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune 8/4/2011
Mentioned: King-Jau Sam Kung, Soil Science

Arlington Ag Station to Hold Agronomy & Soils Field Day
Wisconsin Ag Connection 8/5/2011
Quoted: Josh Posner, Argonomy
Quoted: Matt Ruark, Soil Science

Award allows UW biochemist to investigate mitochondria mystery
CALS News 8/1/2011
Quoted: Dave Pagliarini, Biochemistry
Mentioned: John Markley, Biochemistry

New tick malady unique to Minnesota, Wisconsin
Twin Cities Pioneer Press 8/3/2011
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Campus Connection: UW names finalists for CALS dean post
Capital Times 8/3/2011
Mentioned: CALS

State’s rural population shrinking
WUWM News 8/3/2011 (Audio 3:37)
Quoted: Gary Green, Community and Environmental Sociology

Shiny Pests Return for More
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 8/2/2011
Quoted: Phil Pelletteri, Entomology

Wisconsin aids farming in Afghanistan
Superior Telegram 8/2/2011
Mentioned: CALS

UW experts help troops prepare to help Afghani farmers rebuild 
CALS News 7/28/2011
Quoted: Matt Ruark, Soil Science
Mentioned: Terry Barry, Animal Science
Quoted: Beth Button, Food Science

Wisconsin National Guard to Aid Farmers in Afghanistan 
Agri-View 8/3/2011
Mentioned: Babcock Institute for International Diary Research and Development
Mentioned: CALS

Celebrate UW-Madison Traditions at the State Fair
News Release 8/2/2011
Mentioned: Babcock Ice cream

Curiosities: What bug is the most dangerous carrier of disease in Wisconsin
Wisconsin State Journal 7/31/2011
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomolgy

Dairy Farmers worry that proposed E-Verify law will kill industry 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 7/30/2011
Mentioned: Jill Harrison, Community and Rural Sociology

Headline of the Week

UW study finds large diary farms produce higher quality milk more often than small operations
Wisconsin State Journal 8/2/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

Study: Milk Quality is Higher on Larger Farms in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Ag Connection 8/1/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

UW study finds that larger dairy farms tend to have better milk quality
News Release 8/1/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

UW study finds larger dairy farms tend to have better milk quality
CALS News 7/29/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

UW study: larger farms tend to have better milk quality
Dairy Business 8/1/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

Larger Farms, Better Milk Quality
AgWeb.com 7/29/2011
Mentioned: Food Science Department

Study: Larger farms produce better milk
Superior Telegram 8/2/2011
Mentioned: Steve Ingham, Food Science

UW-Madison: UW finds that larger dairy farms tend to have better milk quality
WisBusiness.com 8/1/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

Study: Larger dairy farms tend to have better milk quality
Feedstuffs 8/1/2011
Quoted: Steve Ingham, Food Science

 

Of Interest

7 Somali refugees killed as gov’t soldiers open fire in melee at distribution site 
Washington Post 8/5/2011

Farm Tech Days Attendance Estimated at 60,000
Wisconsin Ag Connection 8/1/2011

Supporters of farming amendment say it will protect farmers
Bismark Tribune 8/2/2011

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