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CALS in the News for the Week of June 22-28

In the News:

Wet weather creating havoc for Wisconsin soybean farmers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 6/25/2013
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Flooded Soybean Fields Show Signs Of Disease
Farm Report with Pam Jahnke 6/28/2013
Mentioned: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

The Tricky Business of Community Supported Agriculture
Kansas City Public Media 6/25/2013
Quoted: John Hendrickson, CIAS

Strawbecky Shortcake or Chancellor’s Choice? Babcock Hall to name a flavor for new chancellor Rebecca Blank
Cap Times 6/25/2013
Mentioned: Babcock Hall Dairy Store

100 years of Wisconsin certified seed potatoes
Podcals CALS News 6/28/2013
Featuring: Amy Charkowski, Plant Pathology

Konkle becomes Wisc. assistant state veterinarian
Bovine Veterinarian 6/28/2013
Quoted: Darlene Konkle, Graduate, Animal Science

11 Food Ingredients Banned Outside the U.S. That We Eat
Good Morning America/Yahoo 6/26/2013
Quoted: Michael Pariza, emeritus, Food Science
Mentioned: Food Research Institute

Hodorff and Griswold join board
Wisconsin State Farmer 6/27/2013
Mentioned: Kevin Griswold, Graduate, Dairy Science and Agricultural Economics
Mentioned: Association of Women in Agriculture

U.S. dairy farms are converging into “cow islands”
CALS News 6/27/2013
Quoted: Mark Stephenson

Cow Islands Developing
Farm Report with Pam Jahnke 6/28/2013
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Hamm farm has been in the family since 1852
Wisconsin State Farmer 6/27/2013
Mentioned: Farm and Industry Short Course

Sisters come together to run Wisconsin dairy
Green Bay Press Gazette 6/25/2013
Mentioned: Farm and Industry Short Course

Of Interest:

The Decline of an All-American Treat
The Daily Ticker 6/21/2013

Ancient DNA mapped from 700,000-year-old horse
USA Today 6/26/2013

Wisconsin increases wolf season quota to 275
Star Tribune 6/26/2013

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