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CALS In the News for the week of March 3 – March 9

Typically rivals, coyotes and foxes seem to have found a way to coexist in urban areas, UW-Madison researchers say
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/04/2018
Quoted: David Drake, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

World Championship Cheese Contest returns to Wisconsin to determine best cheese in the world
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/07/2018
Quoted: Kimberlee Burrington, Center for Dairy Research

Scott Walker, state business chamber oppose Trump’s tariffs on steel, aluminum imports
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/02/2018
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

2018’s Best State Capitals to Live In
WalletHub, 2/20/2018
Quoted: Tessa Conroy, Agricultural and Applied Economics

New Study Finds More Omega-3s In Milk From Grass-Fed Cows
Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/05/2018
Quoted: Brad Bolling, Food Science

Woodpeckers’ brains may take CTE-like hit despite adaptations
Green Bay Press Gazette, 3/08/2018
Quoted: Stan Temple, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Skol: The Wisconsin idea
La Crosse Tribune, 3/03/2018
Mentioned: Michael Sussman, Biochemistry
Quoted: Tim Donohue, Bacteriology
Mentioned: Mark Cook, Deceased, Animal Sciences

Precision ag technology: Can you afford not to use it?
Progressive Dairyman, 3/08/2018
Quoted: Brian Luck, Biological Systems Engineering

Ripps wear many hats on and off the farm   
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 3/09/2018
Quoted: Keith Ripp, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course

GreenHouse manager blends sustainability, student life
The Country Today, 3/05/2018
Quoted: Alan Turnquist, Agronomy
Mentioned: Jack Kloppenburg, Emeritus, Community and Environmental Sociology
Mentioned: Allen Centennial Garden

GreenHouse program manager blends sustainability, student life
Wisconsin State Farmer, 2/28/2018
Quoted: Alan Turnquist, Agronomy
Mentioned: Jack Kloppenburg, Emeritus, Community and Environmental Sociology
Mentioned: Allen Centennial Garden

Richard Renk receives first Renk Legacy Award
The Country Today, 3/05/2018
Mentioned: Renk Agribusiness Institute

Cows reign at Otts’ River-Bridge Holsteins 
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 3/06/2018
Mentioned: Ryan Ott, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Cory Ott, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Shay Ott, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course

Phil Romero targets wide-ranging applications with data-driven protein engineering
UW-Madison College of Engineering News, 3/07/2018
Quoted: Phil Romero, Biochemistry

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