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
Baer, U. S.
Reasons why every dairyman and cheesemaker should support our association, pp. 84-87 PDF (746.6 KB)
SOUTHERN WIS. CHE ESMAKIERS' & DAIRYMEN'S ASS'N. 87 butter and cheese, in the better preparation of all dairy products for the market, in a more intelligent study by dairy men of the questions of markets, and general uplift to the whole dairv business. Curiosity is aroused by the novelty of these conventions, and those drawn into the nveetings become interested in the practical discussions which are hel(l, and are thus led to give to their business more careful and intellig-ent thought. This association has from sear to year employed a tra- velinig cheese an(l dairy instructor. Work of this kind has yiVeln general satisfaction in the territory over which this organization operates. I am credibly informed that there is all increasing demand among the local factorymen and lair-inen for the services rendered by means of this sys- tem of dairv instruction. Factorv owners, factory managers, factory makers and ltactorv patrons should aid this and like associations by associating themselves with such, as active working Mem- bcrs, in the mission of reaching that class of dairymen til'l factorvmen who are still in the (lark, but who help to mnae the reputation of our dairy products as much as those of us who avail ourselves of the benefits to be de- rive(l from these sources of information. As they are the benleficiaries of the work of the association, they should Le sharers in its work and thus receive the double blessing of giving and receiving. Let us all join hands to make the Southern Wisconsin C(heeseniakers' and Dairymen's Association, and indeed all associations, devoted to cause of dairying and allied sub- jects, strong and powerful organizations, powerful in teach- ing to every dairyman, every cheesenlaker and every buttermaker who is teachable, within tile borders of this state, the true principles of dairying to the end that Wis- colsin shall continue to be what it now is, the grandest an(l best dairy state in the Union.
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