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CALS in the News for the Week of November 17 – 26

In the News

To make best cheese in world: Wisconsin master cheesemaker
Xinhua News (China), 11/17/2018
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research
Quoted: Pam Hodgson, Alumna, Dairy Science

CWD Spreads On Deer And Elk Farms As Wisconsin’s Control Efforts Stumble
Wisconsin Public Radio, 11/26/2018
Mentioned: Michael Samuel, Emeritus, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Wisconsin farmers face steep challenges as Evers prepares to take office
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 11/12/2018
Quoted: Dave Daniels, Alumnus, Dairy Science

Hidden Cave Cider innovates beyond the usual core flavors
Capital Times, 11/23/2018
Quoted: Walker Fanning, Alumnus, Agronomy

Blue Sky Science: What kinds of beetles use camouflage?
La Crosse Tribune, 11/19/2018
Quoted: PJ Liesch, Entomology

Think of those dealing with food insecurity around Thanksgiving
Kenosha News, 11/16/2018
Mentioned: Applied Population Lab

Creating clean homes for children with cancer
McFarland Thistle, 11/23/2018
Quoted: Roger Borges, formerly of Agronomy

Wisconsin continues losing dairy farms but not milk production
Brownfield Ag News, 11/20/2018
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Dairy farms adopt digital tools, but barriers exist to expand tech use
Progressive Dairyman, 11/19/2018
Written by: John Shutske, Biological Systems Engineering

Consider quality, food safety when donating
Agri-View, 11/20/2018
Quoted: Barbara Ingham, Food Science

Three Succession Planning Tips
Dairy Herd Management, 11/19/2018
Quoted: Joy Kirkpatrick, Center for Dairy Profitability

UW-Madison Offers Farm Kids Free Tuition
Dairy Herd Management, 11/16/2018
Quoted: Ted Halbach, Dairy Science

Of Interest

Scientist’s claim of gene-edited babies creates uproar
Washington Post, 11/26/2018

UW-Madison professor at center of sexual harassment investigation retires
Wisconsin State Journal, 11/18/2018

How Soldier Field’s switch from Illinois to New Jersey sod caused complaints about turf conditions to nearly disappear
Chicago Tribune, 11/22/2018

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