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 committee on machinery for dairy use, pp. 158-160 PDF (478.0 KB)
158 EzVF m lM ANNUAL RzpogT OF TBI DIVIMON 5-Machineryfor Dairy Use. Engine and Boller, complete. IHose Power. Dog or Animal Power. Feed Cutter. Root Cutter. Wagoa or Device for Tansrtig Cram from frm to the Creamy. Devce for Attaching or Conneting, Wind Mll to Churn or Feed Cutbr. Amoetanet. Motor for Da" or Creamery Use. REPORT OF COMINTEE ON MACHINEY FOR DAIRY lUSE Your committee to whom was referred the examination of machinery for dairy use would report that they found on exhibition a very excellent and interesting array of useful and thoroughly practical machinery. At the head, in point of extent of exhibits, was the display of three up- right and two horisontal engines, and also oe force pump, from the dairy supply firm of Chas. P. Willard & Co, Ccago, These engines combine compactness, economy of fuel, sfety and ease of management in an eminent degree, and ar well worthy of attention from all who desire a firtclass engine for dairy purpos. The Watertown Steam Engine Co., of Watertown, New York. exhibited a four-horsepower engine and boiler, which, in the estimation of your committee, shows a very good degree of merit in thoroughness of construe- tion and adaptation to the uses of the dairy H. P. Yae a Co., of Mhlwaukee, also exhibffited a very neatly-made port- able engine of desirahie pattern. The Kriebel Vibrating Engine, exhibited by C. Rice & Co, Chicago, attrcted the attention of the committee on account of the novelty of ite construction and development of power. Your committee, of course, could not pss upon itb Merits in any criti sense, but deem the engine well worthy of the attention of dairy me This frm also exhibited a very good steam generator for cooking feed, and other farm purposes. The extensive and well-known manufacturers of churns and buter workers, Cornish & Curtis, of Fort Atkinson, Wis, exhibited a very neat and effective power for churning purposes This device can be made very useful in the work of the dairy by employing a dog or a sheep, and we would highly recommend it for this purpose. A H. Reid, of Philadelphia, also-exhibited a like power, which combined many excellent feature. . It is well oonstted and portable. An interesting feure was the display made by the American Grinding Mill Co, of Chicago. This company exbid three of their faed isk and one nal sifter, the whole driv by one of their Taylor Hose Power The , ' . 7" '777 '- 7 !Tr77"
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