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First annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, January 14th, 15th and 16th, 1902

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Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association. Farrington, E. H., Editor
First annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Madison, Wisconsin, January 14th, 15th and 16th, 1902
Madison: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1902

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Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] First annual report of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association: held at Madison, Wisconsin, January 14th, 15th and 16th, 1902, pp. [1]-[2]

Table of contents, pp. [3]-4

List of officers, p. [5]

Names of members of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association, 1901-1902, pp. [6]-12

Constitution and by-laws of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association, pp. [13]-[16]

Address of welcome, Bull, Storm pp. [17]-18

Response to address of welcome, Farrington, E. H. pp. 18-25

President's address, Fulmer, F. B. pp. 25-28

Report of secretary, Goodrich, De Witt pp. 28-29

The benefits of state associations, Kolarik, Joseph; Baer, U. S.; Bennett, J. K. pp. 30-37

[Remarks], p. 37

[Remarks], pp. 37-39

[Remarks], Bates, Russell pp. 39-40

[Remarks], p. 40

[Remarks], Benedict, Lorenzo pp. 40-41

[Appointment of committees], p. 41

[Address of welcome], Johnson, J. B. pp. 41-43

The buttermakers' opportunity, Henry, W. A. pp. 43-48

Growth and development of the steam engine, Richter, A. W. pp. 48-62

The relation of butter-maker to patron in a co-operative creamery, Wittig, Thomas pp. 63-66

Some ideas on establishing and operating a whole milk creamery, Andrus, H. B. J. pp. 66-75

Co-operative gathered creameries, Oaks, S. E. pp. 76-80

Faults in butter and how to prevent them, Blauer, Dan pp. 81-82

[Invitations to Milwaukee], pp. 82-83

[Address], True, John M. pp. 84-85

[Address], Keyes, E. W. pp. 85-90

Economics as applied to butter-making, Scott, W. A. pp. 91-98

Advantages of a continuous scoring contest, Thompson, A. E. pp. 98-101

[Remarks], Sudendorf, E. pp. 101-103

[Resolutions], pp. 103-109

[Election of officers], pp. 109-111

Faults of butter, Keith, S. C., Jr. pp. 111-120

Combined butter and cheese factories, Michels, Mathias pp. 121-122

Advantages of a closed cream ripening vat, Moore, J. G. pp. 123-127

My experience with starters, Godfrey, J. H. pp. 128-136

Awarding medals, p. 136

[Method of making prize butter], pp. 136-140

The butter exhibit and scores, pp. 141-143

List of prizes, p. 144

Treasurer's report, Michels, Mathew p. [145]


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