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Fourteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Richland Center, Wis., January 26, 27 and 28, 1886. 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
Fourteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Richland Center, Wis., January 26, 27 and 28, 1886. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
Madison, Wis.: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1886
Published v. 2-55; 1874-1926.; v.

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[Title page] Fourteenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, held at Richland Center, Wis., January 26, 27 and 28, 1886. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests., pp. [unnumbered]-[i]

Contents, pp. [ii]-[iii]

Officers for 1886, p. vi

Articles of association, p. vii

List of members for 1886, pp. viii-x

Programme, pp. [xi]-xv ff.

Talk by [Hiram Smith], Smith, Hiram pp. 1-6

Talk by [Prof. Arnold on cheese making], Arnold, L. B. pp. 6-12

Address of welcome, Allen, H. B. pp. 13-16

Response to the address of welcome, Adams, H. C. pp. 16-18

Annual address, Morrison, President pp. 18-29

Butter making, Gould, John pp. 23-29

Dairy cows and their management, Carswell, Fred E. pp. 29-31

Milk mirror, Arnold, Prof. pp. 31-34

The feed and the cow, Adams, H. C. pp. 34-40

The unknown in dairying, Curtiss, T. D. pp. 40-47

Appointment of committees, pp. 47-48

Work, Layton, C. V. pp. 48-57

Amusement, James, D. G. pp. 57-60

Dairying of yesterday and to-day, Loomis, S. B. pp. 60-65

Does rich food enrich the cow's milk, Armsby, H. B. pp. 65-73

Why we churn--and how, Alvord, Henry E. pp. 74-85

What is a fair return per year for a good cow, and can we afford to keep any other?, Beach, C. R. pp. 85-92

Value of red clover as feed for hogs and cattle, Favill, Stephen pp. 92-96

Dairying--the state of the art, Arnold, L. B. pp. 96-109

What is a cow for?, Hoard, W. D. pp. 109-113

Six years as a cheese instructor, Harris, J. B. pp. 113-131

Address on butter making, Smith, Hiram pp. 131-135

Dairying from a woman's standpoint, Robertson, E. S. pp. 135-145

The cheap ration, Gould, John pp. 146-152

Some of the truths taught at farmers' institutes, that concern dairymen, Smith, J. M. pp. 152-158

Secretary's report, pp. 158-159

Treasurer's report for 1885, pp. 159-160

Successful dairy farming is dependent on the three R's, R's, R's--rich thinking, rich soil and rich feeding, Smith, Hiram pp. 161-168

The value of corn stalks for producing milk and butter, Henry, W. A. pp. 168-170

Corn-stalks compared with mixed hay and clover hay for producing milk and butter, Henry, W. A. pp. 170-176

Report of committee on resolutions, pp. 176-177

How shall we improve Wisconsin cheese?, Decker, A. J. pp. 178-185

Report of committee on dairy products, pp. 185-190

Report of committee on dairy goods and manufactures, pp. 190-191

Odds and ends in dairying, Thomas, J. M. pp. 191-193

Dairying in hard times, Gould, John pp. 193-198

The Jersey cow--multum in parvo, Lloyd, T. A. pp. 199-202

Report of the committee on essays, pp. 202-203

Report of committee on nominations, p. 203

The farmer's profession, Adams, H. C. pp. 204-210

A narrative in three chapters, Hoard, W. D. pp. 210-212

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