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CALS In the News for the week of Apr 21 – Apr 28

News about Dairy Farms

Wisconsin’s massive milk operations, local residents collide
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/21/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Massive dairy farms and locals debate: Can manure from so many cattle be safely spread on the land
Green Bay Press Gazette, 4/26/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Dairy Co-Op Asks Members To Hold Steady On Milk Production
Wisconsin Public Radio, 4/26/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Milk plants asked to help save Wisconsin dairy farms
Post-Crescent, 4/22/2017
Quoted: Bruce Jones, Agricultural and Applied Economics

News about Science Shows

Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?
The Conversation, 4/25/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Can ‘Cosmos’ or Other Science Shows Save the World?
US News & World Report, 4/26/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Can Bill Nye Really ‘Save the World’?
Live Science, 4/27/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?
Madison.com, 4/25/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

News

Aldo Leopold broadcasts recreated and other events planned across the state to celebrate Earth Day
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/21/2017
Quoted: Stan Temple, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Aldo Leopold’s words broadcast to the state once again
Wisconsin State Farmer, 4/25/2017
Quoted: Stan Temple, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Putting a value on injuries to natural assets: The BP oil spill
Science, 4/21/2017
Written by: Richard Bishop, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Fermenting a winner: Class brews up “Red Arrow American Pale Ale”
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 4/27/2017
Quoted: Hans Zoerb, Food Science
Mentioned: James Steele, Food Science

Class brews up “Red Arrow American Pale Ale”
Wisconsin State Farmer, 4/27/2017
Quoted: Hans Zoerb, Food Science
Mentioned: James Steele, Food Science

Study finds amoeba “grazing”
Morning Ag Clips, 4/23/2017
Quoted: Marcin Filutowicz, Bacteriology

Chris Rickert: Party of self-sufficiency milks feds for dairy farmers
Madison.com, 4/22/2017
Mentioned: Brian Gould, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Quoted: John Lucey, Food Science

What happens to plants in spring?
Morning Ag Clips, 4/27/2017
Quoted: Rick Amasino, Biochemistry

Probiotics as antibiotic alternative
Morning Ag Clips, 4/26/2017
Quoted: Jan Peter van Pijkeren, Food Science

AWA awards 19 scholarships
Morning Ag Clips, 4/23/2017

4 things to know about WI’s dairy export controversy
Wisconsin State Farmer, 4/26/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Biofuels, livestock benefit from termite research
Brownfield Ag News, 4/24/2017
Quoted: Cameron Currie, Bacteriology

UW-Madison partners with Bonduel School District on innovative science education
Inside UW-Madison, 4/27/2017
Mentioned: Chris Hittinger, Genetics

Termite gut holds a secret
Morning Ag Clips, 4/27/2017
Quoted: John Ralph, Biochemistry

Changes to free nematode testing
Agri-View, 4/22/2017
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Of Interest

America’s $1.2 Billion Mexico Milk Trade is Now at Risk
Bloomberg, 4/23/2017

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