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Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Sparta, Wisconsin, Dec. 5-7, 1917

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Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association. Benkendorf, G. H., Editor
Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association : held at Sparta, Wisconsin, Dec. 5-7, 1917
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin: P. B. Haber Printing Co

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Contents

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[Half-title] Sixteenth annual meeting Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association held at Sparta, Wisconsin: December fifth to December seventh nineteen hundred and sixteen

[Title page] Proceedings of the sixteenth annual meeting of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association held at Sparta, Wisconsin December 5--7, 1917, pp. [unnumbered]-[4]

List of officers 1916--1917 and 1917--1918, p. [5]

Names of members of the Wisconsin Buttermakers' Association, 1917, pp. [6]-[15]

Address of welcome, Stiles, F. P. pp. [16]-18

Response to address of welcome, Olsen, Lauritz pp. 19-24

Annual message, Morrison, E. J. pp. 24-32

The breeding, standardization and dissemination of pure bred seed grains, Moore, R. A. pp. 32-39

The kerosene engine as a source of power in a creamery, Dickey, L. pp. 40-51

How we are bettering our creamery conditions, Jackson, E. M. pp. 51-59

Secretary's report, Benkendorf, G. H. pp. 59-63

Treasurer's report, Werner, Fred M. pp. 63-71

The advantage of a hot water heater in a creamery, Hoiberg, H. B. pp. 71-77

The value of skim milk to creamery patrons, Farrington, E. H. pp. 77-89

The value of milk in nutrition, Hart, E. B. pp. 89-95

Business correspondence, Mortensen, M. pp. 95-106

The buttermakers' business, Washburn, R. M. pp. 106-114

The importance and proper method of ventilating a creamery, Kraege, F. G. pp. 114-131

The buttermaker's duty in the proper marketing of creamery butter, Benkendorf, G. H. pp. 131-140

What the licensing law has accomplished for the buttermakers of Wisconsin, Weigle, George J. pp. 140-145

Cause and prevention of mold on butter, Hastings, E. G. pp. 145-152

Resolutions, pp. 152-154

Discussion: is it advisable for a creamery to pasteurize cream for buttermaking?: affirmative, Griffen, H. E. pp. 154-158

Discussion: is it advisable for a creamery to pasteurize cream for buttermaking?: negative, Keppel, V. S. pp. 158-165

Butter judges, p. 166

Judges' scores, pp. 167-172

Index, pp. [173] ff.

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