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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
(1882)

Report of committee on butter and cheese,   pp. 112-114 PDF (531.4 KB)


Page 112

 
WiscowsIw Duzym's Ahsocunox. 
surmises that this aroma is a product of lactic fermentation in milk; 
however, I have produced it to perfection in milk that had not been 
allowed to approach lactic fermentation. 
I close with expresming the hope that my remarks will be receired 
with due allowance for their sinoerity, prompt, close, common sense 
observations by practical dairymen, and that they may result in 
benefiting the dairy industry. 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON BUTTER AND CHEESE. 
Mr. Preaidet.- Your committee who were appointed to exam- 
ine the butter and cheese beg leave to submit the following report: 
CLAS8 I. 
PfXlWmx ONl ClMDDAN CHZZ=L 
The association offered a premium of $50, to be divided among exhibitor.
in proportion to the number of points obtained by each, whose exhibits 
should be awarded 44 points or over in a scale of 50. 
B. Cover, Pilouth ................... 44              points. *    90 
Holden     8, Fhboym   Falls ......... .............. 443  "  6    95
H. J. Bamford, Plymouth ....................    453          7 10 
B. J. Bamford, Town Line ... .............47                  7   4 
E. Bstow, Piyumouth ................. 46 ..                   7    1 
Chester Raem, Ladoga ................. .  .........           7    31 
Cheater Hazen, Green Lake ................., 46               7    * 
CLABS II. 
8. B. Daves 6 Co., oummission Mereansae, 110 Soua Water 8trest, CAiscpe,
oJered te foelouijg Premwum: 
For the best "  Young America Cheese " .                     $5
00 
For the best Cheddar Chee 6. 00 
J. Shumaker, Howard's Grove. Young America.... 483X points $5 00 
H. Conover, Plymouth, Cheddar Cheese .49% points          5     00 
CL&8S IIL 
By Geo. S. Hart & Co., Prodcs Commisrion JNerAaxk 38 Pearl Strest, NeOW
York. 
Offer a prize silver cup, valued at $100, to the manufacturer of the finet
quality of full cream made cheese. 
Aug. Klessig, Centreville 49 points. Cheese exhibited by James  ilmazn, 
dealer in butter and cheese, 8heboygan. 
Ne.-hi cap must be woe thryears in smeceeloa by one pw o,, to retain the
am 
peruase.tly. It has hbm   won by A. H. Whmaton, Aurfavilk, Olin h Minton,
Waukesha, 
W. S. Bow, Cold spring, ad B. A. C(a"er & son, WbikWator. 
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