Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
Programme, pp. 9- PDF (881.1 KB)
TENTH ANNUAL MEETING. Sheboygan, January 11, 12 & 13,1882. PROGRAMME. WzDwEo.DY, 9 o'Cecx A. M. Intry and Classification of Butter, Cheese, and article. for exhibition. Evuwnme Sussiox, 7 o'Cwcx P. M. Organiation of Convention. 1. Address of Welcome by Wm. B. Seaman, Esq., Mayor of Sheboygan. 2. Response by Hon. IL D. Torrey, Oshkosh. 2. Opening Address by President Beach. THuSDwAY, 9 o'CLOc A. M. 4. Appointment of Committees. 5. Report of Secretary and Treasurer. 6. The Advantages of Winter over Summer Dairying, by Goo. Liwrence, Waukesha. 7. What per cent. of Pure Milk Is Delivered at the Factory, by 0. Z. Olin,, Waukesha. 8. Necessity of a Plan in Dairying, by Hon. Hiram Smith, Sheboygan Falls. 9. The Progress and Reputation of Western Butter, by Hon. H. D. Sherman, Monticello, Iowa. 10. The Present and Prospective Dangers of the Dairy Interest, by Hon. A. D. DeLand, Sheboygan Falls. It. Dairy Experiments at the Experimental Farm, by W. A. Henry, Professor of Agriculture, State University, Madison. 1L The Dignity of Butter Making, from a Woman's Standpoint, by Miss Fane Morley, Bamboo. 1J. Dairying, and its Effects upon the Farm, the Farmer and the Community at Large, by W. D. Hoard, President of the Northwestern Dairymen's Association, Fort Atkinson. 14. Should not our Factories be so Equipped as to make either Butter or Cheese, as the Market Demands, by J. A. Smith, Belgium.
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