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CALS in the News for the Week of October 27 – November 2

In the News

After years of catastrophic losses, dairy farms are increasingly closing their barn doors
Money – MSN.com, 11/2/2018
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

NAFTA deals leave US dairy farmers behind
ABC News – Go.com, 10/28/2018
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Podcast Episode 100: Communicating Science in a Modern Media Environment
Sound Bites, 10/3/2018
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

WisContext: Why Wisconsin Saw A Surge In Mosquitoes As Summer 2018 Ended
Wisconsin Public Radio, 11/1/2018
Written by: PJ Liesch, Entomology

What’s Behind The Rise In School Referendums In Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Public Radio, 10/30/2018
Quoted: Sarah Kemp, Community and Environmental Sociology

Dairy Organizations Ask For More Aid From USDA As Retaliatory Tariffs Impact Profits
Wisconsin Public Radio, 10/26/2018
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Wisconsin farmers concerned that mold could hurt profits
GazetteXtra.com, 10/27/2018
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Wisconsin farmers concerned that mold could hurt profits
Madison.com, 10/27/2018
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Ag research station distributing well water sample kits for groundwater research
The Chronotype, 10/26/2018
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station

Colleges confront declining number of high school graduates: ‘We’re not going to grow our way out of this’
The Wisconsin State Journal, 11/1/2018
Mentioned: Applied Population Lab

Blue Sky Science: How are gummy bears made?
Madison.com, 10/31/2018
Mentioned: Rich Hartel, Food Science

Conservation-practice economics calculated
Agri-View, 11/1/2018
Quoted: Daniel Smith, Horticulture

UW researcher, dairy collaborate on animal welfare
Wisconsin Agriculturist, 11/1/2018
Quoted: Jennifer Van Os, Dairy Science
Quoted: Daphne Holterman, Alumna, Life Sciences Communication
Quoted: Loyd Holterman, Alumnus, Dairy Science

USDA eyes Madison home for NIFA, ERS
The Country Today, 10/29/2018
Quoted: Bill Barker, Associate Dean

Organic potatoes help farm survive
Agri-View, 10/29/2018
Mentioned: Doug Rouse, Plant Pathology
Mentioned: Brad Igl, Alumnus, Agricultural Engineering

Of Interest

Mount Horeb referendum brings attention to divisive issue of animal testing
Wisconsin State Journal, 11/2/2018

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