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CALS in the News for the Week of September 12-16

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Wisconsinites Have Mixed Views on Ethanol
UW News 9/12/2011
Quoted: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Michael Cacciatore, Life Sciences Communication doctoral student

Study Shows Wisconsin Drivers Have Mixed Views on Ethanol
Wisconsin Ag Connection 9/13/2011
Quoted: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication

Study: Wisconsinites have mixed views on ethanol
Agri-View 9/15/2011
Quoted: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Michael Cacciatore, Life Sciences Communication doctoral student

Roundup Ready alfalfa variety trial results: No yield drag
Agri-View 9/16/2011
Quoted: Dan Undersander, Agronomy

AgSource appoints ex officio board member
Agri-View 9/15/2011
Mentioned: John Shutske, CALS Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach

Specialist: Thursday’s Frost Will End Growing Season for Many
Wisconsin Ag Connection 9/16/2011
Quoted: Joe Lauer, Agronomy
Mentioned: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Wisconsin organic industry on the rise
The Country Today 9/14/2011 (subscription)
Mentioned: Tom Kriegl, UW Center for Dairy Profitability

Recent economic data could mean tough times for dairy
The Country Today 9/14/2011 (subscription; search “Gould” to find the article)
Quoted: Brian Gould, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Course Offered on Farm Financial Statements, Record Keeping
Wisconsin Ag Connection 9/15/2011
Mentioned: UW Center for Dairy Profitability

Sign Up Now For Ag Enterprise Area Forum
Wisconsin Agriculturist 9/15/2011
Mentioned: Bruce Jones, Agricultural & Applied Economics
Mentioned: Steven Deller, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Midwest Food Processors award scholarships
Agri-View 9/16/2011
Mentioned: Shane Adams, CALS undergraduate

Of Interest

Buss, UW-Madison’s second veterinary dean, to retire
UW News 9/14/2011

Food inflation is far worse in grocery stores than restaurants
Fortune/CNN Money 9/16/2011

CDC: Not enough kids drink low-fat milk
USA Today 9/16/2011

USDA sees smaller corn crop, Wisconsin average yield of 157 bushels
Agri-View 9/16/2011

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