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Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association. Curtis, D. W., Editor
Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
Madison, Wis.: David Atwood, State Printer, 1882
Published v. 2-55; 1874-1926.; v.

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Contents

[Cover] Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11--13, 1882: report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests., pp. [1]-2

Contents, pp. 3-4

Officers for 1882, p. 5

Articles of association, p. 6

Members for 1882, pp. 7-8

Programme, pp. 9-[14]

[Address of welcome], Seaman, Wm. H. pp. 15-16

Response to address of welcome, Torrey, R. D. pp. 17-18

Opening address, Beach, Charles R. pp. 19-23

[Committee on resolutions], p. 23

[Committee on nomination of officers], p. 23

[Committee on dairy implements], p. 23

[Committee on butter and cheese], p. 23

Report of secretary, Curtis, D. W. p. 23

[Report of treasurer], Clinton, O. P. pp. 24-25

The advantages of winter over summer dairying, Lawrence, George, Jr. pp. 25-33

The progress and reputation of western butter, Sherman, H. D. pp. 34-38

German cheese, Mehle, John pp. 38-39

Necessity of a plan in dairying, Smith, Hiram pp. 40-42

Dairy experiments at the experimental farm, Madison, Wis., Henry, W. A. pp. 43-60

The dignity of butter making, from a woman's standpoint, Morley, Fannie pp. 60-63

The influence dairying has had in Wisconsin, upon the farm, the farmer, and the community at large, Hoard, W. D. pp. 63-68

Should not our factories be so equipped as to make either butter or cheese, as the market demands?, Smith, J. A. pp. 69-76

The advantages of associated effort among farmers, Torrey, R. D. pp. 77-81

What I have learned in butter making, Curtis, F. C. pp. 81-88

Banquet--Toasts, pp. 89-91

Report of the committee on resolutions, pp. 92-93

My mistakes as a dairyman, Hazen, Chester pp. 94-97

Sugar from sugar cane at the experimental farm, Henry, W. A. pp. 97-98

Mixed farming, Eastman, E. pp. 98-100

Dairying in the northwest, Curtis, T. D. pp. 100-105

Butter making, Lorentzen, John pp. 105-112

Report of committee on butter and cheese, pp. 112-114

Report of committee on dairy goods and manufactures, pp. 114-116

Appendix, p. [117]

Dairy products of the United States as shown by the census of 1880, p. [117]

List of cheese factories and creameries in Wisconsin: with their post office address , pp. 118-127

Cost of ensilage at Blue Hill Farm, 1881, Mr. J. W. Wolcott, Boston, proprietor, p. 128

Report of Alfred A. Reed, Oriental Mills, R. I., on feeding value of ensilage, p. 129

Sheboygan County dairy board of trade, Thomas, W. C. pp. 130-131

Jefferson County dairy board of trade, Hoard, W. D. p. 132

Southern Wisconsin dairy board of trade, Morrison, W. H. pp. 132-133

Annual report of the Elgin board of trade, McGlincy, R. P. pp. 133-135

[Prices of butter and cheese, Chicago], pp. 136-137

Exports of butter and cheese, pp. 138-141

Number of cows in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota, as taken from the census reports of 1870 and 1880, p. 141

[Cover], p. 141


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