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CALS in the News for the Week of Nov. 19 – 23

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Curiosities: Is there something in turkey that makes a person sleepy?
Wisconsin State Journal 11/18/2012
Quoted: Susan Nitzke, Emeritus, Food Science

 Bioenergy center provides K-12 science education support
Badger Herald 11/20/2012
Quoted: John Greenler, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center

Keeping PACE: Waupaca farm embraces future with preservation
Country Today 11/19/2012
Quoted: Zoey Brooks, Student, Animal Sciences

UW Short Course gets new director
Country Today 11/19/2012
Quoted: Kathryn VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Quoted: Richard Cates, Interum Director, FISC
Mentioned: Ted Halbach, Dairy Science

UW-Extension December meeting to focus on dairy technology
Agri-View 11/21/2012
Mentioned: Scott Sanford, Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: Paul Fricke, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering

Reproducing Profitability workshops to be offered
Agri-View 11/21/2012
Mentioned: Victor Cabrera, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Amy Stanton, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Randy Shaver, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Connie Cordoba, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Paul Fricke, Dairy Science

Poisonous pasture plants: Avoid and control them
Agri-View 11/21/2012
Quoted: Mark Renz, Agronomy

Ruegg: Mastitis bacteria changing? Yes. Increasing resistance? Not so much – Audio
CALS News 11/23/2012
Quoted: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

Of Interest

Where the Jobs Are: Migrate Back to the Farm or to Agriculture
Huffington Post: College 11/21/2012

Food for 9 Billion: Satisfying China’s Growing Demand for Meat
PBS Newshour 11/22/2012 – Video & Transcript

Does the future of farming in Africa lie in the private sector?
The Guardian UK 11/23/2012



The Guardian UK 11/23/2012

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