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Twenty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Green Bay, Wis., February 15, 16 and 17, 1899. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests

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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association. Burchard, Geo. W., Editor
Twenty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Green Bay, Wis., February 15, 16 and 17, 1899. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests
Madison: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1899
Published v. 2-55; 1874-1926.; v.

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[Title page] Twenty-seventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association held at Green Bay, Wis., February 15, 16 and 17, 1899. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests, pp. [1]-[2]

Letter of transmittal, Burchard, Geo. W. p. [3]

Officers, 1899, p. [4]

Articles of association, p. [5]

Membership Wisconsin Dairymen's Association, 1899, pp. [6]-[8]

[Opening of convention], p. [9]

Address of welcome, Desnoyers, F. B. pp. 10-11

Response to address of welcome, Adams, H. C. pp. 11-14

President's address, Taylor, H. C. pp. 14-20

Old ways and new methods in dairying, Curtis, F. C. pp. 20-25

Discussion, pp. 26-33

Dairying and soil fertility, Tubbs, Peter pp. 33-35

Discussion, pp. 35-40

Address--public schools, Kraege, F. G. pp. 40-49

The origin of dairying: poem, Kustermann [Kusterman], G. pp. 49-52

What the Wisconsin Federation of Women's Clubs is doing with reference to farmers, Neville, A. C. pp. 52-60

Address--an active citizenship, Baensch, Emil pp. 60-67

Utility of records, Hill, Charles L. pp. 68-72

Discussion, pp. 72-81

Motherhood: its claims upon the dairyman, Buchanan, R. C. p. 81

Discussion, pp. 82-87

A silo census, Stiles, Wilber F. pp. 87-93

Discussion, pp. 93-97

[Committee on resolutions appointed], p. 97

The value of skim milk, Henry, W. A. pp. 97-102

Discussion, pp. 102-110

Wisconsin cheese of 1898, Simon, N. pp. 110-112

Discussion, pp. 112-116

Cheese as part of an army and navy ration, Luchsinger, John pp. 116-122

[Committee on nominations appointed], p. 122

The ox team: a passing memory: poem, Hastings, S. D. pp. 122-127

How to construct a sub-earth duct, Decker, J. W. pp. 127-134

Discussion, pp. 134-136

[Report of committee on resolutions], pp. 136-138

The relation between patron and maker, Cook, H. E. pp. 138-150

Discussion, pp. 150-153

Building, remodeling and ventilating barns, King, F. H. pp. 154-165

The Wisconsin curd test explained and exemplified, Baer, U. S. pp. 165-168

Report of committee on exhibits, Thorp, Chas.; Hart, A. B.; LeRoy, W. S. pp. 168-169

Treasurer's report for 1898, Loomis, H. K. pp. 169-171

Butter and cheese scores, pp. 171-172

Women as creamery managers, Peffer, Kate F. pp. 173-176

Discussion, pp. 176-178

Lessons I have learned making butter on the farm, Wyman, E. pp. 179-181

Dairy observations from ocean to ocean, Hoard, W. D. pp. 181-196

Index, pp. 197-200 ff.

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