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CALS in the News for the Week of October 31-November 4

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Curiosities: Why do fruits such as peaches and melons stop ripening when they are cut open?
Wisconsin State Journal 10/31/2011
Quoted: Rebecca Harbut, Horticulture

UW researchers to study, address global health problems
Wisconsin State Journal 10/31/2011
Quoted: Jeremy Foltz, Agricultural & Applied Economics

On the chemistry of candy and subsequent Halloween gorging
Houston Chronicle 10/29/2011
Quoted: Richard Hartel, Food Science

Study evaluates bat deaths near wind turbines
UW News 10/31/2011
Quoted: David Drake, Forest & Wildlife Ecology

For land conservation, formal and informal relationships can influence success
UW News 10/31/2011
Quoted: Adena Rissman, Forest & Wildlife Ecology

Economist urges county to take ‘long view’ on mining
Barron News-Shield 10/28/2011
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Buffalo frac sand: ‘Serious money’
Winona Post 10/30/2011
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural & Applied Economics

At-risk bats save agriculture billions each year
Western Farm Press 11/1/2011
Quoted: Jeff Lorch, Forest & Wildlife Ecology Graduate Student

Mare milking simplified
The Country Today 11/2/2011
Quoted: Liv Sandberg, Animal Science

NMPF Responds to Stephenson/Nicholson Dairy Policy Study
Dairy Today 11/1/2011
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis

DBA: Analysis of DSA Legislation Not Being Manipulated
Wisconsin Ag Connection 11/4/2011
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis

Statement from Laurie Fischer – Executive Director of the Wisconsin Dairy Business Association
The Sacramento Bee 11/4/2011
Mentioned: Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis

Of Interest

Dean of UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine set to retire
Agri-View Nov. 3, 2011

‘Farmstay’ enterprises growing in popularity
Agri-View Nov. 3, 2011

Farm Subsidies Divide Lobbyists in U.S. Debate
Bloomberg 11/1/2011

 Big Move: Chicago Schools To Buy Antibiotic-Free Chicken
Wired Magazine 11/1/2011

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