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CALS in the News for the Week of Mar. 26 – Apr. 1, 2016

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Lower milk prices trumping record production for dairy farmers
Bloomberg 3/27/16
Quoted: Brian Gould, Agricultural & Applied Economics
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Lower milk prices trumping record production for dairy farmers
Wisconsin State Journal 3/28/16
Quoted: Brian Gould, Agricultural & Applied Economics
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Zika virus concerns bring increased mosquito trapping to state
Channel 3000 3/31/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Growing concern that Zika virus pushing north
We Are Green Bay 3/31/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

400 suspected Zika cases in American Samoa
PopHerald 4/1/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Published works from late State Journal ag reporter Bob Bjorklund donated to UW-Madison
Wisconsin State Journal 3/29/16
Quoted: Larry Meiller, Life Sciences Communication

Spring Farm: Pollinators to flourish if guidelines are followed
Fold du Lac Reporter 3/30/16
Quoted: Claudia Gratton, Entomology
Quoted: Christina Locke, Entomology

Wisconsin population trends show urban areas growing, rural areas shrinking
The Chippewa Herald 3/30/16
Quoted: David Egan-Robertson, Community & Environmental Sociology

Wisconsin population trends show urban areas growing, rural areas shrinking
The Journal Times 3/30/16
Quoted: David Egan-Robertson, Community & Environmental Sociology

Endres Berryridge Farm a family affair
Wisconsin State Farmer 3/30/16
Mentioned: Department of Dairy Science

Report explores food opinions, perceptions
Wisconsin State Farmer 3/30/16
Mentioned: Department of Life Sciences Communication

Cates family is committed to the land
Wisconsin Agriculturist 3/30/16
Quoted: Dick Cates, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, Soil Science
Mentioned: Kim Cates, Alumna, soil Science

Six top candidates for the 69th Alice in Dairyland are Announced
Dairy Business 3/30/16
Quoted: Emily Selner, Student, Agricultural & Applied Economics, Life Sciences Communication

WI Soybean Checkoff Dollars Are At Work
Farm Report 3/25/16
Quoted: Damon Smith, Plant Pathology

Students’ experience translates into jobs
Morning Ag Clips 3/30/16
Quoted: Sheldon Du, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Quoted: Jackson Remer, Student, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Quoted: Brad Jaeger, Student Agricultural and Applied Economics

Dairy nutrition students gain experience
Morning Ag Clips 3/31/16
Quoted: Ted Halbach, Dairy Science
Quoted: Micheala Slind, Student, Dairy Science
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Dairy Science
Quoted: Megan Lauber, Student, Dairy Science

NAS panel takes stock of U.S. science literacy
UW News 3/24/16
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication

No snow, no hares: Climate change pushes emblematic species north
Science Daily 3/30/16
Quoted: Jonathan Pauli, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Quoted: Ben Zuckerberg, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No snow, no hares: Climate change pushes emblematic species north
UW News 3/30/16
Quoted: Jonathan Pauli, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Quoted: Ben Zuckerberg, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

The Farm and Industry Short Course Experience
UW Extension News 3/25/16
Quoted: Jessie Potterton, Academic Affairs

Age-Old Traditions, New Media
Grow Magazine 3/31/16
Quoted: Patty Loew, Life Sciences Communication

Roll out the Barrel: Prohibition and Memorial Union
Wisconsin Alumni Association 3/3/16
Mentioned: Food Science Fermentations Course

Of Interest

How the growing season has changed since 1980
Dairy Heard Management 3/30/16

Due to growing interest, UWRF may bring back food science major
UWRF Voice 3/30/16

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