CALS in the News for the Week of July 2-6

In the News

Milk Rallying as New Zealand-to-U.S. Weather Sours: Commodities
Bloomberg 7/5/2012
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Groups advocate fair trade in dairy industry, ask consumers to pay more for milk to save farms
Associated Press 7/5/2012
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Taste of victory: UW food scientists’ recipes win big
Wisconsin State Journal 7/2/2012
Mentioned: UW Food Science Club

Curiosities: Are crows territorial and how do you get rid of them?
Wisconsin State Journal 7/1/2012
Quoted: Scott Craven, Forest & Wildlife Ecology

Campus Connection: Lessons for UW-Madison from University of Virginia’s leadership crisis
Wisconsin State Journal 7/3/2012
Quoted: Bill Tracy, Agronomy

Weather, manure, resistant giant ragweed among issues
Agri-View 7/5/2012
Quoted: Shawn Conley and Dave Stoltenberg, Agronomy

Lack of rainfall causes drought conditions for southern Wisconsin
Agri-View 7/4/2012
Quoted: Bill Bland, Soil Sciences

Drought Takes Hold in Southern Wisconsin
Wisconsin Agriculturist 7/3/2012
Quoted: Bill Bland, Soil Sciences

East Central/Select Sires introduces summer interns
Agri-View 7/4/2012
Mentioned: Two CALS undergraduate students

Crops, people wilt in intense heat across southern Wisconsin
Isthmus 6/28/2012
Quoted: Chris Kucharik, Agronomy

Of Interest

The Coolest Food Trucks Ever
Huffington Post 7/2/2012

Late-season weed escapes: UW survey
Agri-View 7/4/2012