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CALS in the News for the Week of March 21-27

In the News:

Say ‘cheese’: Judging requires a whole new vocabulary
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 3/24/2015
Quoted: Mark Johnson, UW-Madison Center for Dairy Research

Dairy industry making strides toward reducing its carbon footprint
EurekAlert 3/17/2015
Quoted: Victor Cabrera, Dairy Science

Free nematode testing program
Morning AgClips 3/26/2015
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Wisconsin Meat Industry Hall of Fame
Morning Ag Clips 3/26/2015
Mentioned: UW-Madison Meat Science and Muscle Biology Laboratory

Programs help farmers with challenges
Agri-View 3/26/2015
Quoted: Brian Luck, Biological Systems Engineering

Text messages from cows?
Agri-View 3/25/2015
Quoted: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering

Learn implements of husbandry
Agri-View 3/23/2015
Mentioned: Cheryl Skjolaas, Biological Systems Engineering

Five Alice in Dairyland finalists announced
Agri-View 3/24/2015
Mentioned: Teyanna Loether, Student, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: Cassandra Mayer, Student, Life Sciences Communication

UW Professor says ticks are already out
NBC 15 TV 3/24/15
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Coyotes and Urban Wildlife Research
WKOW 27 TV 3/23/2015
Quoted: David Drake, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Soughton Man with the Plan
ConnectStoughton.com 3/15/15
Quoted: Mark Badger, alumnus, Landscape Architecture

Study finds that climate change is hurting soybean yields
CALS News 3/27/2015
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Soybeans and changing climate – Audio
CALS News 3/27/2015
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Of Interest:

Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics earns three new awards
Morning AgClips 3/26/2015

This Very Expensive Bull Is Fueling America’s Prime Steak Boom
Bloomberg 3/23/15

FDA Approves Genetically Engineered Potatoes, Apples as Safe
ABC News 3/20/2015

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