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Thirty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held and Wausau, Wis., February 8, 9 and 10, 1905. 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
Thirty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held and Wausau, Wis., February 8, 9 and 10, 1905. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests
Madison: Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, 1905
Published v. 2-55; 1874-1926.; v.

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[Title page] Thirty-third annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association held at Wausau, Wis., February 8, 9 and 10, 1905. 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]

[List of officers for 1905], p. [4]

Articles of association, pp. [5]-[6]

[Opening exercises], p. [7]

Address of welcome, Zimmerman, E. C. pp. 8-10

[Response to address of welcome], Hill, Charles L. pp. 10-12

General greetings, Everett, C. H. pp. 12-14

[Greetings], Silverthorn, W. C. pp. 14-17

[Civilization and organization], pp. 17-22

[Discussion], pp. 22-25

President's annual address, Hill, Charles L. pp. 25-31

Wisconsin's dairy products at the Louisiana Purchase exposition, Loomis, H. K. pp. 32-35

Discussion, pp. 35-37

Jefferson and Marathon Counties--warnings and encouragements, Goodrich, C. P. pp. 37-44

[Cows freshening in fall are most profitable], pp. 44-60

What a third of a century has wrought, Hoard, W. D. pp. 60-65

[Committees appointed], p. 66

The farm separator creamery system, Corneliuson, T. pp. 66-69

[Cream should be graded and paid for according to quality and condition], pp. 69-80

Follow ye the footsteps of the cow, Beach, C. L. pp. 80-91

Discussion, pp. 91-93

How shall the farmer improve his dairy herd? 1. By breeding, Gillett, W. J. pp. 93-99

[Income per cow from milk], Gillett, W. J. pp. 100-104

How shall the farmer improve his dairy herd? 2. By selection, Beach, C. L. pp. 104-113

Discussion, p. 113

How shall the farmer improve his dairy herd? 3. By feeding, Humphrey, G. C. pp. 114-121

[Size as related to profitable milk production], pp. 121-142

Secretary's annual report, Burchard, Geo. W. pp. 143-144

The clover belt as it was in 1850, Clark, John C. pp. 145-148

The clover belt as it is in 1905, Lamont, John F. pp. 148-153

Discussion, pp. 153-155

Making milk in winter, its advantages and disadvantages, Scribner, F. H. pp. 156-159

[Silage for summer feeding], pp. 159-165

Care of milk on the farm, Farrington, E. H. pp. 165-174

[Methods of saving urine], pp. 174-175

[Butter and cheese scores], pp. 175-180

[Resolutions adopted], pp. 180-182

[Report of committee on exhibits], p. 182

[Report of finance committee], p. 183

[Report of nominations committee], p. 183

Wisconsin dairy stock at the Louisiana Purchase exposition, Taylor, H. C. pp. 184-197

The Marathon County school of agriculture and domestic economy, Johns, R. B. pp. 197-202

Discussion, pp. 202-204

Possibilities of the cheese industry in Wisconsin, Aderhold, E. L. pp. 204-206

Discussion, pp. 206-210

Treasurer's report, 1904, Loomis, H. K. pp. 211-212

Index, pp. [213]-220 ff.

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