Brad Pfaff: Research and innovation key to Wisconsin dairy’s future

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MADISON – From the Wisconsin Dairy Task Force 2.0’s early meetings, members highlighted the need for research and innovation to maintain Wisconsin’s world leadership in all things dairy. Across the 51 recommendations that members have developed and approved in the past seven months, there is a consistent emphasis on the need to look to the future.
One of the first recommendations that the Dairy Task Force 2.0 passed was for increased investment in research through an init...

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