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Seventeenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Augusta, Wis., February 20, 21, 22, 1889. 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
Seventeenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Augusta, Wis., February 20, 21, 22, 1889. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1889
Published v. 2-55; 1874-1926.; v.

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[Title page] Seventeenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, held at Augusta, Wis., February 20, 21, 22, 1889. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests., pp. [i]-[iii]

Contents, pp. [iv]-vi [v]

Officers for 1889, p. [vi]

Articles of association, p. [vii]

Members for 1889, pp. [viii]-x

Butter and cheese exhibit--rules, p. [xi]

Programme of meeting, 1889, pp. xii-xvii

Of the office and duties of the food and dairy commissioner, pp. [xviii]-[xxiv]

Appointment of committees, p. 1

Address of welcome, Bradford, Ira B. pp. 2-5

Response to address of welcome, Beach, C. R. pp. 6-7

Annual address, Adams, H. C. pp. 7-15

The individual patron from the creamery standpoint, Hoard, A. R. pp. 15-26

Co-operative dairying, Fleming, T. J. pp. 27-38

Should the farmer be a specialist?, Workes, O. pp. 38-43

A few stray thoughts, Coolidge, Francis A. pp. 43-47

The combination essential to successful dairying, Smith, Hiram pp. 47-51

Poultry, Gabrielson, C. L. pp. 52-55

Fallacies and incorrect methods of dairying, Foster, A. T. pp. 55-59

Mysteries of butter making, Curtis, F. C. pp. 59-67

Swine breeding and pork raising in connection with the dairy, Wyley, George pp. 68-72

The elaboration of milk, Robertson, Prof. pp. 73-80

Aromatic butter automatically produced , Boyd, John pp. 81-89

Variety in cheese making, Monrad, J. H. pp. 89-96

Canadian cheese making, Robertson, J. W. pp. 97-109

How to make brick cheese, Fleming, T. J. pp. 110-113

Ensilage, DeLand, A. D. p. 114

Ensilage, Weeks, H. S. pp. 114-116

Ensilage, Gordon, G. E. pp. 116-117

Ensilage, Boyd, John pp. 117-118

Ensilage, Austin, George A. p. 118

Ensilage, Fleming, T. J. pp. 118-119

Ensilage, Thom, H. C. pp. 119-120

Ensilage, Smith, Hiram pp. 120-122

Banquet, p. 122

Butter making by an average farmer, Convey, Thomas pp. 122-133

Principles involved in creaming milk, Babcock, S. M. pp. 133-142

Report of committee on butter and cheese, p. 143

Some of the difficulties in raising cream and churning, Fuller, E. G. pp. 144-146

What are the steps necessary to change from ordinary dairying to more profitable methods, Beach, C. R. pp. 147-154

How can the small farmer make his cows pay, Thom, H. C. pp. 154-163

Resolutions, pp. 163-165

Is there a special purpose cheese cow?, Short, F. G. pp. 165-171

Address, Gregg, Mr. pp. 172-173

Report of committee on nominations, pp. 173-175

Treasurer's report for 1888, pp. 175-176

Secretary's report, pp. 177-178

Report of committee on dairy goods, pp. 178-179

The silo, Beach, C. R. pp. 179-181

Cost of ensilage, Sawyer, J. Y. pp. 181-186

Closing remarks, pp. 186-187 ff.

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