Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the tenth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Thurs. and Fri., January 27 and 28, 1910
Stauffacher, Sam J.
Annual address, pp. 33-43 PDF (2.0 MB)
SOUTHEKN WIS. CIVESEMAICKEARS' & DAIRYMEN's Ass'N 41 factured and the market price of the product when s,)ld. If the patron receives a good price for his cheese lie oughlt to be willing to pay the maker a good price for iniaking Salle, but if the patron must take a loxv price for his clheese the chicsemalker likewise ought to b~e willing to acc;pt small wages. Another great prol)leml for us to solve is how caln we get more and better instruction. Our present instructor is doing reniarkably well under the circumstances, but the territory is much too large for one mani. We must it we would succeeed as we should get more instructors. Canada has 20 instructors to our one. To get umore instructors we must have more ioncv --- for instructors like farmers and(l celesenlakers inust eat to live. Last year your committee a1l)pointe(l to go before the legislature and ask for all a(l(litionlal "S)(0.00 to the 1000. already received, made four different tril)s to IMadIi-on and appeare(l hefore various committees of the Senate and Assemnbly, but on account of the financial (leticit in the State Treasury, the committee was unable to secure the additional SI 4)l00.0() which is so much needed ill the work of our Association. However the work did suceedee in getting the S1100.0O ap)propriate(l dircctly to us instead of indirectly through the State Dairyinen's Association as in previous years. I would recommend that this Association furtheir in- struct this sanie committee to take this matter til) a gain with our next legislature. I aho would further suggest that plans be discussed at this convention wherel)b a cer- tain fee be paid into the Treasury of this Association !)Ny each clheesemaker, cheese dealer and factory patronI for further instruction and promotion of the D)airy ;and A_-ri- cultural interests of Southern Wisconsin. Another problem that faces the Dairy industry of Southern Wisconsin is what is the best, safest and mlost economical way to pay for milk. The present method of paying a certain price per hundred poun(ls or where it is
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