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
My criticism against the milk producer, the cheesemaker and the cheese dealer, pp. 88-92 PDF (867.8 KB)
92 TENTii ANNUAI. CONVENTION As he can not complete with his fellow maker who aims to get a large yield and sells it at the same figure which naturally places him at the head(l in the estimation ot the l)atron as an Up-to-date maker. This system of buYing, cheese is unfair to the maker wiho tries to (1o his duty. It is unfair to the consumer of tile product. It is unfair to vour own traveling chlese in- structor who is daily engage(d introducing a uniform mlanu- facture of cheese, and last l)ut not least this System of huy- ing cheese is in the first degree a selfish grab for tile almighty dollar immediately in sight at the expense of our cheese industrv. Our American cheese dealer buys and pays ackording to qualitv. results a more uniform quality of cheese. Our butter dealers pay according to quality, results a more uni- form quality. If cheese is cheese according to your exceptions of the rules, then why is not butter butter so long as both is miiade out of milk fat. But we all know that there is today as most of the time a difference of ten cents a pound in creaim- erv anl (ldairy butter. A change in the method of buy ing cheese will bring back again justice to each maker, each patron and materilY benefit the future welfaie of our cheese industry.
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