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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Thirty-second annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Platteville, Wis., February 10, 11 and 12, 1904. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays and discussions relating to the dairy interests
(1904)

Discussion,   pp. 98-101 PDF (805.1 KB)


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Wicomin Dairymen's Associaion.9 
Mr. Baer: Is it not a fact that a large part of the so-called 
imported Swiss cheese that is sold in Wisconsin is made right 
in Green county ? 
Mr. Marty: We have had experience where that was done. 
There was a case happened in Ohio; there was a cheese bought 
that was to be tested and compared with some imported cheese, 
and when the cheesemaker unwrapped the package, he found it 
was a cheese that he had manufactured at his own factory, his 
own brand, brought in there as imported. 
A: Member: Do you make Limburger cheese in Green 
couity ? 
Mr. Marty: Oh, yes. 
A Member: And is that Swiss cheese? 
Mr. Marty: It is a different manufacture altogether. It is 
lassed in with foreign cheese, 
A Member: You have to devote the factory to one kind of 
cheese, don't you? You can't make different kinds in the same 
factory ? 
Mr. Marty: Oh, yes, although we prefer, when the condi- 
tions are the same, upland, more dry, when we manufacture the 
Swiss cheese. In a different locality, low bottom marsh lands, 
we manufacture the brick and Limburger cheese. 
Mr. Goodrich: Do you use the Babcock test as a basis for 
dividing the money between the patrons? 
Mr. Marty: I am very sorry to say that is something that 
has not been adopted in Green county or in the foreign cheese 
industry. I think it should be, I can see no reason why it 
should noL 
See'y Burchard: State what resolution was passed by the 
Swiss Cheese Convention last week on that subject. 
Mr. Marty: There were a couple of papers read at the con- 
vei3ion, showing the different results obtained in regard to pay- 
ment on the different per cents of milk, the actual worth of the 
milk, and there was a resolution passed as to whether it would 
not be a good plan to pay on the Babcock test, and the resolu- 
tion was accepted at the Swiss Cheese Convention. 
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