Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Eleventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Elk-horn, Wis., January 31, and February 1 and 2, 1883. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
Report of the committee on cheese making utensils, pp. 153-154 PDF (401.0 KB)
WisoonE DMYMws AMOCATION. 153 O _uW Omi exhibited Creamery and Diry size Butter Trays, La- dles, Milk Teeters, Thermomete, etc. They also exhibited the Howe liol and F. A. Philbick's M1ilkSk , with adjustable and revolving shelves. The dairymen who use the common pan for raiing cream, will fInd this Bak safe of pest Value. W. G. Ryder, Fort Atkhnon, WiU., exhibited a Milking Stool which has the appearae of being a good "thin for every dairyman. For the-best general display of Implement.for Butter Making, we award the GOLD MOML to Oish & Curtis, Fort Atkinson, Wis Respectfully submitted. A. D. DLAND, Sheboygan Falls, Wis EL. L DEAN, Tipton, Iowa. J. B. VOSBURGH, Richmond, IlL Cbmmittee on Butter Making Uteueia, Cheese Makiag Umensg. Disly -pssFre. Diplay Ceese Va. Disly Curd:Mill D-splay Milk fail. 1- ft 1W Dsp-lgayM bl for Makng Chee -Boxes. D~mplay V _ner U Meral: ler iry Use. For belt go aliply of I hsspbt for Chem ild Xedal. REPORT OF THE COV3lTTEE ON CHEEIE ]AZING UTENSILS. The committee found buttoue cheese prnm and hoops on exhibition-the Frazier Guy pres and Telescopic hoops. It is known to the committee that said peam and hoop have became the utandard utensils for molding and presing cheese, and recommend it as the best known. Exhlibited by C. P. Willard & Co., Chicago. The Wire Helf-4itahting Circular Chee Vat, exhibited by H. H. Roe & Co., Madison, Ohio, we regard as a great advance in cheese making, for mm in large factories. A devise for stirring milk and curd by machinery. Jenk's Automatic Cheese Maker we deem of utility, as it can be applied to any of the rectangular vats now in'se, The Self-Heating Vat exhibited by (G. H. Sunons, Keil, Wisconsin, we regad as e of b-bst now in use. The large Fep-er ka}es for the manufacture of Swis cheese were finely oe and seemed well adapted for their special use. Manufactured by Ode Zwl*_ and by F. Riter, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In Cuam Carying Cans we award the preference to J. G. Cheny. Cedar Il-DA.
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