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Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the twelfth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Diarymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Thursday and Friday, February 1 and 2, 1912

Elmer, Henery
Secretary's report,   pp. 103-105 PDF (547.7 KB)

Page 103

Southern Wis. Cheesemaker's & Dairymen's Ass'n
Secretary's Report.
Mr. President and Members of the Association.
Another year is gone by and again I have the ho-
nor to submit the twelfth anual Report as Secretary
of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemaker's and Dairy-
men's Association.
The Business and purpose of our Association was
also in the past year to educate the Cheesemaker and
the Dairyman for better work in there respective line.
The Directors with the Officers held differnt
Meetings for the benefit of the Associations.
We sent a Petition to Washington D. C. to free the
Whey Butter from the 16 percent Moisture Ruling,
but our Petition war not granted, for the reason,
that Whey Butter can be made not to contain over
16 percent Moisture.
We also again petioned the State to increase our
Appropriation from $1000: to $2000:, but so far no
Petitions were also sent to our Representatives
Honorable H. A. Cooper, Robert M. La Folette and
Isaac Stephenson, to use their influence against the
framed Law prohibiting Butter, Eggs and Cheese to
be held in Cold Storages for longer then 90 days said
Law was never passed.
Mr. Chris. Skeak of Lancaster, Wis. was again
elected as traveling Instructor and by his Report
which he will give later on, we will learn that he was
a busy man indeel, and that he has done some splen-
did work.                         I
To Mr. John Theiler, of New Glarus, Wis. being the
lowest Bidder was awarded the Printing of the 1911
The Comittee in another Meeting made prepara-
tions for our 12th. Annual Convention, agrees on Mon-

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