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CALS In the News for the Week of Apr 29 – May 5

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Haynes: What Walkers says, and what’s really happening with the Wisconsin economy
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/01/2017
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Gardening Day about to get underway
Madison.com, 5/05/2017
Quoted: Johanna Oosterwyk, Horticulture

‘Open the barn doors, Hal!’: Artificial intelligence could one day run a dairy farm
Madison.com, 5/04/2017
Quoted: Victor Cabrera, Dairy Science

Zoethica bridges the gap between art and science
Madison.com, 4/30/2017
Mentioned: Biological Systems Engineering

Tick borne illnesses rising with tick populations
Channel 3000.com, 5/04/2017
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Caution Urged To Avoid Tick-Borne Illness
Wisconsin Public Radio, 5/04/2017
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Ants could someday save your life
Wisn.com, 5/03/2017
Quoted: Cameron Currie, Bacteriology

New center brings together biologists, engineers to improve crops
Univeraity of Wisconsin-Madison, 5/05/2017
Mentioned: Phil Simon, Horticulture
Mentioned: Shawn Kaeppler, Agronomy

Larry Meiller Honored By The WBA Hall Of Fame
Wisconsin Public Radio, 5/03/2017
Quoted: Larry Meiller, Life Sciences Communication

Science Shows Might Just Save the World
Newsweek, 4/29/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Can Bill Nye – Or Any Ather Science Show – Really Save The World?
The Huffington Post – Blog, 5/02/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

Why Bill Nye cant save the world
Slate, 4/27/2017
Written by: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

What To Consider Before Adding An Apple Tree To Your Garden
Wisconsin Public Radio, 4/28/2017
Quoted: Amaya Atucha, Horticulture

2017 June Dairy Calendar of Events
Wisconsin State Farmer, 5/03/2017
Mentioned: Hancock Agricultural Research Station

Fermenting a winner
Morning Ag Clips, 4/30/2017
Quoted: Hans Zoerb, Food Science
Quoted: Leo Gallagher, Student, Food Science
Quoted: Andrew Lefeber, Student, Food Science

Dairy producers: more isn’t always better
Wisconsin State Farmer, 5/03/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Dairy center of growing trade rift
Agri-View, 5/03/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

UW-Madison NAMA Club Earns Honors at Marketing Competition
Wisconsin Ag Connection, 5/05/2017
Quoted: Sarah Botham, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Mariah Martin, Student, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Ciera Ballmer, Student, Dairy Science

Just Ask Us: Why do worms come out onto the pavement after it rains?
Madison.com, 4/16/2017
Quoted: Thea Whitman, Soil Science

Why birds fly into windows
Morning Ag Clips, 4/30/2017
Quoted: Anna Pidgeon, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

What attracts young people to rural communities?
The Country Today, 5/01/2017
Quoted: Randy Stoecker, Community and Environmental Sociology
Quoted: Amanda Jane Hoffman, Community and Environmental Sociology

Cavadini likes no-till, grazing, cover crops
Agri-View, 5/04/2017
Quoted: Jason Cavadini, Marshfield Agricultural Research Station

Milk prices near bottom for 2017
Wisconsin Agriculturalist, 5/01/2017
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Of Interest

UW Discovery Farms to add 24 sites
Morning Ag Clips, 5/04/2017

 

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