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CALS in the News for the Week of July 9-13

In the News

Wild parsnip gaining ground
Telegraph Herald 7/8/2012
Quoted: Mark Renz, Agronomy

Panel urged changes in Wisconsin deer program
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 7/10/12
Quoted: Tim Van Deelen, Forest & Wildlife Ecology

Mike Austin’s Ag Report 7/9/12
Channel 5 Green Bay WFRV-TV
Mentioned: Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research

AgrAbility opens new doors for Chilton dairyman
Agri-View 7/5/2012
Quoted: Vicki Janisch, Biological Systems Engineering

Esser named UW Marshfield Ag Research Station superintendent
Agri-View 7/12/2012
Mentioned: Nancy M. Esser

Milk output backs off, improving farm-level price outlook
The Country Today 7/10/2012
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Down on the cacao farm: Sloths thrive at chocolate source
University Communications 7/11/12
Quoted: Jonathan Pauli and Zach Peery, Forest & Wildlife Ecology

Photo gallery: Ag research yesterday and today at beautiful Spooner, Wisconsin
Farm Industry News 7/3/12
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station

Drought

Gov. Walker declares drought emergency
Channel3000.com 7/9/2012

Experts say grass is likely dormant, not dead, so far
Channel3000.com 7/10/12
Quoted: Tom Schwab, OJ Noer Turfgrass Facility

Corn pollination: Bring on the rain!
Agri-View 7/12/2012
Quoted: Joe Lauer, Agronomy

Aid Welcomed by Drought-Stricken States Facing Crop Loss
Bloomberg Businessweek 7/12/2012

Area’s corn crop could be total loss
Wisconsin State Journal 7/13/2012
Quoted: Bruce Jones, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Undersander: Managing dry pastures in 2012
Podcals (audio) 7/13/2012
Featured: Dan Undersander, Agronomy

Of Interest

Milk fabric taking fashion world by storm
Dairy Herd Network 7/6/2012

To Find Fields to Farm in New York City, Just Look Up
The New York Times 7/11/2012

UW to showcase business partnerships
Wisconsin State Journal 7/12/2012

Deadline approaches for 2012 Wisconsin Soybean Yield Contest
Agri-View 7/12/2012

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