CALS in the News for the week of May 26-30


Anniversary of passenger pigeon extinction a wake-up call
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 5/26/2014
Quoted: Stan Temple, Emeritus, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

UW research team targeting ticks where they live
Channel 3000/ WISC-TV 5/23/2014
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

University of Wisconsin researchers seek another way to combat deer ticks
Minneapolis Star Tribune 5/24/2014
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

University of Wisconsin researchers take on ticks
Fox11 Green Bay
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Consumers buying more goods directly from farmers in Wisconsin
Sawyer County Record 5/25/2014
Quoted: Steve Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

First forage harvest important one: Issues eyed
Agri-View 5/28/2014
Quoted: Mark Renz, Agronomy
Quoted: Kevin Shelley, Horticulture

Dairy Situation and Outlook
Agri-View 5/28/2014
Mentioned: Bob Cropp, Emeritus, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Mentioned: Bryan Jensen, Horticulture

Alarm sounds on black cutworm
Agri-View 5/23/2014
Quoted: Eileen Cullen, Entomology

Sawle selected as marketing intern for Agri-Nutrition Consulting LLC
Agri-View 5/23/2014
Mentioned: Jamie Sawle, Student, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Baleage is Practical Method for Storing Forages
Wisconsin Agriculturist 5/2014
Mentioned: Dan Undersander, Agronomy

Badgers and bovines: Jordan Ebert pursues both passions at UW
UW-Madison News 5/29/2014
Quoted: Jordan Ebert, Student, Dairy Science
Quoted: Ted Halbach, Dairy Science

2014 Farm land value trends in Wisconsin – Audio
CALS News 5/30/2014
Quoted: Arlin Brannstrom, UW Center for Dairy Profitability

Of Interest

A Price Tag on Carbon as a Climate Rescue Plan
The New York Times 5/30/2014

Tyson Plays Chicken With Pilgrim’s Over Hillshire Bid
Investors Daily 5/29/2014

Salad in Space: Can NASA Grow Food in Zero Gravity?
Bloomberg 5/29/2014 – Video

Manure spill kills fish in Fond du Lac County’s Pipe Creek
Fond du Lac Reporter 5/29/2014

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