CALS in the News for the week of June 18 – 24

In the News

What Are Antioxidants and How Much of Them Should You Be Eating?
SELF, 6/18/22
Mentioned: Bradley Bolling, Food Science

Black bear sightings increase across southeast Wisconsin, 6/23/22
Quoted: Tim Van Deelen, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

After a month of no new bird flu cases, Wisconsin lifts order prohibiting poultry shows ahead of county fair season
Wisconsin Public Radio, 6/22/22
Quoted: Ron Kean, Animal and Dairy Sciences

Sen. Baldwin announces $80 million USDA investment to support Wisconsin Dairy industry
WMTV, 6/20/22
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

Federal dairy innovation program gets a boost From pandemic relief funds
Successful Farming, 6/21/22
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

Off-Farm Income Keeps Ag Moving
Mid-West Farm Report, 6/19/22
Interviewed: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Farms Feel Summer Energy Use Spikes
Mid-West Farm Report, 6/18/22
Interviewed: Scott Sanford, Emeritus, Biological Systems Engineering

WALSAA Hosts Annual Picnic
Mid-West Farm Report, 6/23/22
Mentioned: Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Marshfield Agricultural Research Station

Wisconsinite Claims National Title
Mid-West Farm Report, 6/24/22
Quoted: Mitch Kappelman, Alumnus, Dairy Science

UWRF Searches For New Milk Uses
Mid-West Farm Report, 6/20/22
Mentioned: Dairy Innovation Hub

Of Interest

Asian carp threaten the Great Lakes. Will calling them ‘copi’ help?
The Washington Post, 6/22/22

Inflation drives up the cost of UW campus building projects, leaving leaders with tough choices
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/22/22

Meet the Peecyclers. Their Idea to Help Farmers Is No. 1.
The New York Times, 6/17/22

Bayer Rejected by US Supreme Court in Bid to End Roundup Suits
Bloomberg, 6/21/22



CALS in the News is a weekly selection of media stories quoting or mentioning CALS faculty, staff, students, alumni, research and programs. Other stories of interest to the UW–Madison community and those in the fields of agriculture and the life sciences are also included. This list is produced by CALS External Relations. Read more about our mission and methodology for curating this list.