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CALS in the News for the Week of July 30-August 3

In the News

Impact of corn prices on food might not be what you think
Associated Press 8/1/2012
Quoted: Bruce Jones, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Drought endangers goat milk supply
Wisconsin State Journal 8/3/2012
Quoted: Thomas Cox, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Cow manure is focus of biofuel research
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 7/28/2012
Quoted: John Markley, Biochemistry
John Norman, Soil Science
Aicardo Roa Espinosa, Biological Systems Engineering
Thomas Cox, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Are Your Fruits and Veggies Bursting with Flavor? Thank the Drought
Time Magazine 7/27/2012
Quoted: Irwin Goldman, Horticulture

Curiosities: Why do grilled foods taste so good?
Wisconsin State Journal 7/29/2012
Quoted: Jeff Sindelar, Meat Science and Muscle Biology Lab

Spider mites like it dry; rootworms concerning
Agri-View 7/30/2012
Quoted: Eileen Cullen, Entomology

National Guard troops get crash course in ag
The Country Today 8/1/2012
Mentioned: Babcock Institute for International Dairy Research and Development

CALS Welcomes New National Guard Team for Ag 101 Training
Wisconsin Agriculturist 8/2/2012
Mentioned: CALS, Babcock Institute for International Dairy Research and Development

Soldiers train to work with Afghan farmers
Wisconsin State Farmer 8/1/2012
Mentioned: Babcock Institute for International Dairy Research and Development

Brown rice has nutritional edge over white
UW Extension News 7/18/2012
Quoted: Susan Nitzke, Nutritional Sciences

Of Interest

Pile of Bills Is Left Behind as Congress Goes to Campaign
The New York Times 8/2/2012

Surging US Corn Prices Spark ‘Food Versus Fuel’ Debate
CNBC 8/3/2012

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