• Posted on November 2, 2014
    A Groundbreaking Gut Check

    Twenty years of reaching into rumens pays off

  • Posted on June 19, 2014
    India: Dairy knowledge, from Marshfield to India

    Dairy knowledge, from Marshfield to India

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  • Posted on March 6, 2014
    Give: Never Too Early to Start Giving

    In honor of CALS’ 125th anniversary, a look at how alumni and friends help keep the college strong

  • Posted on November 20, 2013
    The Power of Pizza

    The pie’s ever-growing popularity has made mozzarella the big cheese in Wisconsin. CALS researchers are helping state cheesemakers feed and grow that demand by developing new varieties for specialized and international markets.

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    Gut Feeling

    Reaching in for the first time: Students at a Chicago high school got a whole new perspective on cows.

  • Posted on June 18, 2013
    Class Act: Jordan Ebert and A Ringing Success

    “They called my cow’s name and the place lit up,” says dairy science major Jordan Ebert. “It was an adrenaline rush—the coolest experience I have […]

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    Happy Cows Everywhere

    AMY STANTON joined CALS and UW-Extension in 2012 as a dairy science professor with particular expertise in animal well-being. Prior to joining CALS she was […]

  • Posted on October 12, 2012
    In the Field: Special Feature: The WALSAA 40 in 40 Impact Awards

    In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Wisconsin Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni Association (WALSAA) is honoring individuals who have made a difference not only […]

  • Posted on June 14, 2012
    Give: Skills Beyond the Arena

    A dozen years of cattle judging have taught Laura Elliott a lot. “You get to see all of your work and determination pay off when […]

  • Posted on June 20, 2011
    Rebuilding from the Ruins

    A small project led by CALS could have a big impact on dairy in Kosovo

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    Bridging Borders

    Partnerships with our nearest neighbors give CALS students firsthand experience with diversity of both crops and cultures