CALS in the News for the of Week of April 3-9

In the News

Seed monopolies: Who controls the world’s food supply?
Deutsche Welle, 4/8/21
Quoted: Jack Kloppenburg, Alumnus, Community and Environmental Sociology

What’s in marshmallows, and how do the ingredients work together to make ooey-gooey treats?
Chemical & Engineering News, 4/2/21
Quoted: Richard Hartel, Food Science

New Dietary Guidelines Focus On ‘Making Every Bite Count’
Wisconsin Public Radio, 4/3/21
Quoted: Beth Olson, Nutritional Sciences

Wisconsin author shares six generations of family history in the newly published On a Wisconsin Family Farm
Mid-West Farm Report, 4/2/21
Interviewed: Corey Geiger, Alumnus, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Dairy Science

UW-Madison’s Faith Baier earns DCHA scholarship
DairyBusiness, 4/8/21
Mentioned: Faith Baier, Student, Animal and Dairy Sciences

Understand complexities of milk checks
Agri-View, 4/9/21
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Expert: Robots can benefit small farms
The Country Today, 4/5/21
Quoted: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Of Interest

State Ag Assembly Committee approves truth in labeling bills
Mid-West Farm Report, 4/8/21

DNR study finds irrigation responsible for draining Central Sands lakes
Wisconsin State Journal, 4/6/21

Wisconsin students burned out after spring break canceled
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 4/5/21

Small Farmers Balk at Another Big Agriculture Appointment
The Young Turks, 4/8/21

Rocks Made a 1,000-Mile Trek From Wisconsin to Wyoming. Did Dinosaurs Carry Them?
New York Times, 4/9/21