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Wisconsin Dairy and Food Commission / Quarterly bulletin of the Dairy and Food Commission of the state of Wisconsin
No. 5 (1904)

Report of creamery inspection,   pp. 105-128 ff. PDF (5.8 MB)


Page 105


Wisconsin DeirI and Food Coommission.                 105
REPORT OF CREAMERY INSPECTION.
July 1, 1904.-Name of creamery, Cadott Co-op. co-operative; location, Cadott,
Chippewa Co.; manager, Frank Wilhelm; P. 0. address, Cadott; name of
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son; no. of patrons, 66; no. of pounds of milk daily, 6,000; no. of pounds
of butter daily, 270; average test, 3.8; handle cream, and overrun 12 at
last payment; sampling and testing, composite bimonthly; loss of fat In
skim milk, .03 per cent.; loss of fat In buttermilk, .15 per cent.; skim
milk was divided by automatic weigher; cream vat was covered with can-
vas; drainage good underground to near by creek; bad odor in creamery;
iccation and condition of skim milk tank, inside factory clean, the weigher
also Inside not clean; location and condition of buttermilk, none; condi-
tion of building, good; building is painted outside; condition of apparatus,
iood; condition of surroundings, good; condition of patrons' milk cans,
fair; condition of milk in cans, fair. Remarks: The bad odors in this
creamery came from the skim milk weigher.
July 1, 1904.-Name of creamery, Chippewa Valley Creamery Co.; proprietary;
location, Chippewa Falls, Chippewa Co.; owner or manager, P. H. Bolten;
P. 0. address, 231-233 S. Water St., Chicago, 111.; name of buttermaker.
C. E. Van Syke; P. 0. address, Chippewa Falls; he has attended Dairy
School at Madison; no. of patrons, 277; no. of pounds of cream daily,
5,500; no. of pounds of butter daily, 1,700; average test, 25.2; butter
yield, 29.4, and overrun, 16.5 at last payment; sampling and testing com-
posite semi-monthly; loss of fat in buttermilk, .10 per cent.; no starter
Is
used; cream vat Is not covered; drainage, city sewer; no bad odor In
creamery; location and condition of buttermilk tank, on flrst story, fair
condition; condition of building, poor, considered as a creamery; building
Is brick; condition of apparatus, fair; condition of surroundings, fair;
con-
dition of patrons' cream cans, fair; condition of cream In cans, generally
fair
considering the distance shipped.
July 6, 1904.-Name of creamery, Withee; proprietary; location, Withee, Clark
Co.; owner, Casper & Blumenstein; P. 0. address, Sullivan; name of but-
termaker, Jos. Bornhelmer; P. 0. address, Withee; he has not attended
Dairy School at Madison; no. of patrons, 110; no. of pounds of milk daily,
7,500 and 600 cream; no. of pounds of butter daily, 650; average test,
3.5; butter yield, 4.10, and overrun, 15 at last payment; quality of but-
ter, good; sampling and testing, composite semi-monthly; loss of fat in
skim milk, .03; loss of fat In buttermilk, .08; Commercial starter Is used;
skim milk is divided by weigher; there were no screen doors and windows;
cream vat was not covered; drainage, drain Into open ditch, then into vil-
lage ditch; no bad odor in creamery; location and condition of skim milk,
upstairs, washed daily; location and condition of buttermilk tank, Inside
fair, washed when empty; condition of building, good; building is painted
outside; condition of apparatus, combined churn, Alpha separator, vats and


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