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CALS in the News for the Week of March 16 – 22

Amazing university and college buildings across the USA
USA Today, 3/20/2019
Mentioned: Babcock ice cream

Tough times in farm country
Axios, 3/22/2019
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Gene editing ripe for more public discussion, UW experts say
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/15/2019
Quoted: Emily Howell, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Jill Wildonger, Biochemistry

UW salaries kept pace with inflation, but disparities seen across campuses
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/19/2019
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Even A Polar Vortex Is No Match For Insects Adapted To Cold Conditions
Wiscontext, 3/19/2019
Written by: PJ Liesch, Entomology

Waunakee’s American Wine Project gets creative with cold-hardy grapes
The Capital Times, 3/21/2019
Mentioned: Nick Smith, Food Science

Computational Fluid Dynamics to Design Future Dairy Housing
USDA Fresh From the Field, 3/21/2019
Mentioned: Research by Chris Choi, Biological Systems Engineering

Dairy industry support for graduate students pays off
Hoard’s Dairyman, 3/21/2019
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Dairy Science
Quoted: Paul Fricke, Dairy Science
Quoted: Megan Lauber, student, Dairy Science
Quoted: Rekia Salter, student, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Jennifer Van Os, Dairy Science

Avoid Soybean Production Pitfalls
Farm Journal’s AgPro, 3/19/2019
Quoted: Shawn Conley, Agronomy

Research dairy honored for milk
Agri-View, 3/20/2019
Quoted: Nancy Esser, Marshfield Agricultural Research Station

Dairy Task Force oks recommendations to aid Wisconsin dairy farmers
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/19/2019
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

CEOs share how dairy checkoff dollars are helping farmers
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/21/2019
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

Since fire risks on farms are significant, prevention is critical
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/19/2019
Written by: John Shutske, Biological Systems Engineering

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