CALS in the News for the week of Dec 27-Jan 2

In the News

A new corn, bred for organic farms and gardens, tells a bigger story
A Way to Garden 12/29/2014
Quoted: Bill Tracy, Agronomy

Nation’s Butter Supplies Have Normalized After Low Inventory, Higher Prices
Wisconsin Public Radio, 01/01/2015
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

2014 Was A Quiet Year For State’s Agricultural, Garden Pests
The Larry Meiller Show WPR 12/30/2014
Quoted: Phil Pellitteri, Emeritus, Entomology

Wisconsin Wildlife Update: News About The Status Of Wolves And Other Wildlife In Wisconsin
The Larry Meiller Show WPR 12/31/2014
Quoted: Scott Craven, Emeritus, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Lower farm earnings hold down personal income growth
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 12/31/2014
Quoted: Bruce Jones, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Should News Websites Do Away With Online Comments?
Wisconsin Public Radio 12/29/2014
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Dairy industry contributes $43.4 billion to Wisconsin’s economy
Agri-View 12/31/2014
Mentioned: Steve Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Design of milking parlors evolves
Agri-View 12/24/2014
Quoted: David Kammel, Biological Systems Engineering

Discovery Farms focuses on nitrogen
Wisconsin State Farmer 12/30/2014
Mentioned: Larry Bundy, Soil Science

2015 farm expenses expected to remain low – Audio
Morning Ag Clips 12/28/14
Quoted : Bruce Jones, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Fresh new dairy policy for 2015 – Audio
CALS News 01/02/2015
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Of Interest

Technique for turning manure into drinkable water could help lakes
Wisconsin State Journal 12/28/14

Ron Weber: Don’t believe either extreme in wolf debate
Wisconsin State Journal 12/28/14


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