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Schoenman, Adolph / Milk testing : instructions for testing milk and dividing money for creameries, cheese factories and dairymen
(1894)

Chapter VI. How to divide the money,   pp. 27-31 PDF (618.1 KB)

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MILK TESTING.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-SCHOOL OF DAIRYING.
Report by P. E. WALLINE, No. 73. DATE, Feb. 14, 1894.
MILK TESTING.
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N. B.-Students are required to work on a three per cent. fat basis,
and an 8.5 per cent. solids, not fat, basis.
HOW TO DIVIDE THE MONEY.
43. The Correct Way. Let us suppose that there
is one composite test taken weekly, and
A has for the first week 2,o46 lbs. milk-test, 3.2 equals fat 65.47.
B      "      ,      8z2 "          4.1        33-70-
C     A              625 "    "     4.6    "   28.75.
A has the secondweek, 1,820         3.3    A   60.00.
B     ,             780 A           4.0        31.20.
C                    735   "        4.2        30.45.
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