Menu

CALS in the News for the Week of Jun 30 – July 7

Healthy Hotdogs?

Science Says: Are hot dogs healthier without added nitrites?
Daily Mail Online, 6/30/2017
Quoted: Andrew Milkowski, Animal Science

Science Says: Are hot dogs healthier without added nitrites?
Yahoo! News, 6/30/2017
Quoted: Andrew Milkowski, Animal Science

Are hot dogs without added nitrites any healthier?
CBS News, 7/03/2017
Quoted: Andrew Milkowski, Animal Science

Science Says: Are hot dogs healthier without added nitrites?
US News & World Report, 6/30/2017
Quoted: Andrew Milkowski, Animal Science

Science Says: Hot dogs minus added nitrites may be no better
The Associated Press, 6/30/2017
Quoted: Andrew Milkowski, Animal Science

News

Despite growing worries about the herd’s health, the annual fall deer hunt continues as a family tradition
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/06/2017
Quoted: Thomas Heberlein, Community and Environmental Sociology
Quoted: Scott Craven, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Quoted: Richard Bishop, Agricultural and Applied Economics

With deer hunting woven into our cultural and economic fabric, a threat to the herd could turn catastrophic
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/06/2017
Quoted: John Cary, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

A family of fatal brain diseases has baffled scientists while infecting new species
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 7/06/2017
Quoted: Joel Pedersen, Soil Science

Bofanna makers hope to introduce ice cream lovers to something different
Madison.com, 7/05/2017
Mentioned: Dairy Science

Editorial: Phil Lewis was a true champion for our parks
Madison.com, 7/06/2017
Mentioned: Philip Howard Lewis, Jr. (Deceased), Landscape Architecture

Craving the farm life
In Business Madison, 7/06/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Climate Talk: Extreme rainfall and climate change
APG Media of Wisconsin, 6/30/2017
Author: Bill Bland, Soil Science

Lots of rain spells trouble for some backyard gardeners
Watertown Daily Times (AP), 7/04/2017
Quoted: Daniel Roiger, Alumnus, Plant Pathology

Field day focuses on crop variety
Superior Telegram, 7/04/2017
Mentioned: Julie Dawson, Horticulture
Mentioned: Ruth Genger, Horticulture

First in her field: Nehls retiring from ag education after 36 years
The Country Today, 7/05/2017
Quoted: Sheryl Nehls, Alumna, Dairy Science

Unimagined growth: Renard’s aims cheese business toward expansion, export
The Country Today, 7/05/2017
Quoted: Chris Renard, Alumnus, Center for Dairy Research Wisconsin Master Cheesemaker Program

Dicamba drift impacts UW Soybean test plot
Brownfield Ag News, 7/06/2017
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Loyal farm modernizes without expanding
Wisconsin State Farmer, 7/03/2017
Quoted: Kyle Abel, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course

Mother’s love never-ending
Agri-View, 7/07/2017
Mentioned: Jordan Ebert, Alumnus, Dairy Science

Carncross Named National Holstein Distinguished Young Breeder
Wisconsin Ag Connection, 7/05/2017
Mentioned: Craig Carncross, Alumnus, Dairy Science

National Dairy Shrine scholarship winners from Wisconsin announced
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 7/04/2017
Mentioned: Sydney Endres, Alumna, Dairy Science & Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Elizabeth Endres, Alumna, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Ciera Ballmer, Student, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Bailey Larson, Student, Dairy Science

Williams is new dairy youth specialist
Morning Ag Clips, 7/03/2017
Quoted: Kalyanna Williams, Alumna, Dairy Science
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Dairy Science

Tannin could help feeding tube patients
Morning Ag Clips, 7/06/2017
Quoted: Christian Krueger, Animal Science
Mentioned: Jess Reed, Animal Science

2017 soybean-growing season
Morning Ag Clips, 7/02/2017
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Dairy Dialogue Day Tour Aug. 16
Morning Ag Clips, 7/05/2017
Mentioned: Randy Shaver, Dairy Science

This entry was posted in In the News, Extension and Outreach by gldavison. Bookmark the permalink.