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CALS in the News for the Week of Sept. 5 – 9

In the News

Babcock Dairy’s Bill Klein
A.V. Club 9/6/2011
Quoted: Bill Klein, Babcock Dairy Plant

Chicago Imagists blend low-brow humor with high-brow technique at MMoCA
The Capital Times 9/8/2011
Quoted: William McClain, Bacteriology (emeritus)

Three to be honored by CALS
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Mentioned: Ed Jesse, Ag & Applied Economics (emeritus)

USDA prediction: Wisconsin corn and soybeans above national average
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Quoted: David Moll, Ag & Applied Economics
Quoted: Joe Lauer, Agronomy
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Crops to fuel. Research continues on converting biomass to ethanol
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Quoted: Randy Jackson, Agronomy
Quoted: Mike Casler, Agronomy
Quoted: Mark Ruark, Soil Science

More corn going into ethanol than livestock
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Quoted: David Moll, Ag & Applied Economics

Organic researchers experiment with killed mulch
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Quoted: Erin Silva, Agronomy

Milk price hits all-time record for second straight month
The Country Today 9/7/2011 (subscription)
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics (emeritus)
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UW staff defy gravity and dance through the air with grace
UW News 9/8/2011
Quoted: Rebecca Bock, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Dick Cates: “We need new farmers.”
CALS News podCALS Audio 9/2/2011
Quoted: Dick Cates, Soil Science

Repro Money program aims to improve reproductive performance, profitability
Agri-View 9/8/2011
Quoted: Connie Cordoba, Dairy Science

Haplotypes affecting dairy cattle fertility found
Agri-View 9/8/2011
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Dairy Science

Late blight turns up late in season on spuds in two counties
Agri-View 9/8/2011
Quoted: Amanda Gevens, Plant Pathology

Of Interest

Corn Inventories `Critically Low,’ Macquarie Says
Bloomberg 9/8/2011 (video)

Dairy Exports Set Another Record In First Half
Wisconsin AgConnection 9/8/2011

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