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CALS In the News for the Week of Jun 2 – Jun 9

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2017’s Best and Worst State Economics
WalletHub, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Good ’n’ cheap: Eating healthy doesn’t have to cost more
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/04/2017
Quoted: Susan Nitzke, Nutritional Sciences

Hoping to revive lost apple orchards, volunteers plant heirloom tree cuttings at former Badger Army Ammo plant
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Curt Meine, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Hoping to revive lost apple orchards, volunteers plant heirloom tree cuttings at former Badger Army Ammo plant
Green Bay Press Gazette, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Curt Meine, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Jim Goodman: Wisconsin dairy farmers have been duped
Madison.com, 6/06/2017
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Clearing the Air on Fossil Fuels
Wisconsin Public Radio, 5/30/2017
Quoted: Ian Coxhead, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Vos Proposes Eliminating Licensing Of Wisconsin Bakeries
Wisconsin Public Radio, 6/06/2017
Quoted: Monica Theis, Food Science

Midges, black flies and mosquitoes, oh my!
La Crosse Tribune, 6/07/2017
Quoted: P.J. Liesch, Entomology

Door County Master Gardeners Association Announces Summer Educational Series
Door County Pulse, 6/09/2017
Mentioned: Peninsular Agricultural Research Station 

Youth tractor and machinery training dates set
APG Media of Wisconsin, 6/08/2017
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station

Virent moves biofuels closer to market as new CEO takes over
Madison.com, 6/04/2017
Quoted: Tim Donohue, Bacteriology

Mueller to retire from ag station post in fall
The Country Today, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Dwight Mueller, Agricultural Research Stations

Agriculture’s research central: Arlington Agricultural Research Station crucial for UW-Madison scientists
The Country Today, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Mike Bertram, Arlington Research Station
Quoted: Jessica Cederquist, Dairy Science
Quoted: Gregg Sanford, Agronomy

Planting challenges raise crop insurance concerns
Wisconsin State Farmer, 6/05/2017
Mentioned: Paul Mitchell, Agricultural and Applied Economics

World Dairy Expo Tackles All Angles
Wisconsin Farm Report, 6/08/2017
Mentioned: Wayne Coblentz, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Matt Akins, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Natalia de Leon, Agronomy
Mentioned: Dave Combs, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Dan Undersander, Agronomy

Cracking The DNA Code Could Be The Answer
Wisconsin Farm Report, 6/08/2017
Quoted: Rick Amasino, Biochemistry

Newly id’d gene helps grass crops
Wisconsin State Farmer, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Rick Amasino, Biochemistry

Newly identified gene helps time spring flowering in vital grass crops
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Rick Amasino, Biochemistry

Milwaukee School Finding Success With Ag Ed
Wisconsin Farm Report, 6/05/2017
Quoted: Molly Jahn, Agronomy

Ag high school shows off at special events
Morning Ag Clips, 6/04/2017
Quoted: Molly Jahn, Agronomy

50 years of rotation
Morning Ag Clips, 6/04/2017
Quoted: Arin Crooks, Lancaster Agricultural Research Station

D-Day Invasion was Bolstered by UW-Madison Penicillin Project
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 6/02/2017
Quoted: Marcin Filutowicz, Bacteriology

Five finalists in Governor’s Business Plan Contest have UW-Madison ties
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 6/07/2017
Quoted: Christian Krueger, Animal Sciences

Baldwin grants awarded to 18 projects
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 6/07/2017
Mentioned: Brian Luck, Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: Malia Jones, Community and Environmental Sociology

Of Interest

Fecal Microbes Found in 60 Percent of Sampled Wells in Kewaunee County
WUWM, 6/08/2017

Budget Realities and the UW-Extension Service in Wisconsin
Wisconsin State Farmer, 6/05/2017

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