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CALS In the News for the week of Nov 18 – Nov 24

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The Great Butter Meltdown
The New York Times, 11/21/2017
Quoted: Laura Hernandez, Dairy Science
Quoted: Michel Wattiaux, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Dan Schaefer, Animal Sciences

Tri-State Cooperatives Face Busy Harvest Season
US News & World Report, 11/18/2017
Quoted: Kelly Maynard, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

One Thanksgiving Won’t Make You Obese. Twenty Thanksgivings, Though …
FiveThirtyEight, 11/20/2017
Quoted: Dale Schoeller, Nutritional Sciences

Hopes, Fears in $10 Billion Wisconsin Foxconn Deal
Voice of America News, 11/23/2017
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural & Applied Economics

Republicans used to support free trade. Then Trump happened.
Vox, 11/17/2017
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication

New model reveals possibility of pumping antibiotics into bacteria
National Science Foundation, 11/19/2017
Quoted: Katherine Henzler-Wildman, Biochemistry

More Than 15,000 Potato Plant Specimens Head To State Herbarium
Wisconsin Public Radio, 11/23/2017
Quoted: David Spooner, Horticulture

Thanksgiving would not be Thanksgiving without Wisconsin’s tasty contributions
Spooner Advocate, 11/23/2017
Mentioned: Brent McCown, Horticulture
Mentioned: Jiming Jiang, Horticulture
Mentioned: John Helgeson, Plant Pathology
Mentioned: Wallace Jerome, Deceased, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Hancock Agricultural Research Station

Ag garden wins national award – again
Spooner Advocate, 11/17/2017
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station

What’s up with leaves coming down so late this year?
Post-Crescent, 11/17/2017
Quoted:  Laura Jull, Horticulture

Empowering women in dairy science careers
Progressive Dairyman, 11/24/2017
Quoted: Sophia Erb, Dairy Science
Quoted: Heather White, Dairy Science
Quoted: Claira Seely, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Kristina Weld, Dairy Science

Perez Keeps an Eye on Wisconsin Potato Health 
Wisconsin Farm Report, 11/22/2017
Quoted: Sam Perez, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Quoted: Amber Gotch, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Quoted: Troy Fishler, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Mentioned: Hancock Agricultural Research Station

Curator at Wisconsin ag station keeps close watch on potato health
Wisconsin State Farmer, 11/22/2017
Quoted: Sam Perez, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Quoted: Amber Gotch, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Quoted: Troy Fishler, Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Mentioned: Hancock Agricultural Research Station

Wisconsin Agronomy Updates set for Jan. 2-8 
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 11/21/2017
Mentioned: Joe Lauer, Agronomy
Mentioned: Shawn Conley, Agronomy
Mentioned: Rodrigo Werle, Agronomy

UW entrepreneurial program ahead of the curve 
Wisconsin State Farmer, 11/20/2017
Quoted: Jim Steele, Food Science

Breeding for yield limits corn’s adaptability
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 11/20/2017
Quoted: Natalia de Leon, Agronomy
Quoted: Joe Gage, Agronomy

Reinemann named to Extension post 
The Country Today, 11/20/2017
Quoted: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Wisconsin: Dairy and hunting help shape state’s identity
DairyBusiness, 11/19/2017
Mentioned: Applied Population Laboratory

Tri-state cooperatives face busy harvest season
Wisconsin State Farmer, 11/18/2017
Quoted: Kelly Maynard, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

Baby Your Beans
DTN/The Progressive Farmer, 11/17/2017
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Protecting lungs from dusty, moldy grain
Wisconsin State Farmer, 11/21/2017
Written by: John Shutske, Biological Systems Engineering

UW-Madison to Hold School for Beginning Market Growers  
Wisconsin Ag Connection, 11/17/2017
Quoted: John Hendrickson, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.

Production going up, milk prices going down
Brownfield Ag News, 11/15/2017
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Scientists evaluate risks of gene editing
The Daily Cardinal, 11/20/2017
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication
Written by: Jordan Gaal, Student, Life Sciences Communication

Crickets may be answer to environmental sustainability
The Badger Herald, 11/21/2017
Quoted: Valerie Stull, Community and Environmental Sociology

Of Interest 

‘Legacy of sexism’ and allegations of sexual harassment mar UW-Madison department
Madison.com, 11/19/2017

UW-Madison dean acknowledges failure to create safe environment
Madison.com, 11/21/2017

 

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