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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Thirty-first annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Fond du Lac, Wis., February 11, 12 and 13, 1903. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests
(1903)

Reitbrock, Fred
Dairy possibilities in northern Wisconsin,   pp. 158-168 PDF (2.6 MB)


Page 158

 
158          Thirty-first Annual Report of Ta 
opinion often recently expressed that the interest of the farm 
separator is ever on the increase 
CnsA L, HxL, 
S. IL LIGALS, 
Committee.- 
A resolution, offered by Mr. Foster, received the unanimous 
vote of the Association in the following languge: 
Resolved, By this conveo *:t.n of the State Dairymen's Associa- 
tion, That we approve of and request that thq appropriation 
asked for by the Agricultural College management this year, 
from the Legislature, be Ogranted in full, as being to the beat 
interests of the whole people of the State of Wisconsin. And 
be i$ further 
Resolved. That the Secretary of this Association be and is 
hereby instructed to forward a copy of this resolution to the 
President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the Assembly of 
the State of Wiscounsin. 
DAIRY POSSIBILITIES IN NORTHERN WISCON1IN. 
Fred Reitbrock, Milwraukee, Wis, 
Mr. Presidenit Ladies and Gentlemen:- 
It has been assigned to me to read a paper on the dairy possi- 
bilities of northern Wisconsin. By direction of your Secretary 
it is to be "tersge succinet and accurate." 
There is implied in this subject pasturest cowe, men and 
women, and marketa. 
Northern Wisconsin is no nev territory or unknown district 
Indeed, northern Wisconsin was land when southern Wisconsin 
and all the territory directly south of it to the Gulf of Mexiso 
was covered with water, so the geologists would have us under- 
stand. At the same time to most people that we meet in south- 
ern Wisconsin the northern half of the state is a tew country 
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