Florence, E. H. / Annual report of the Trempealeau County agricultural agent
Dairy programs PDF (2.8 MB)
MiL PROV00I ASSOOLAT0R8 Three bull proving associations coatimue to operate, ose Holstein and two Qu~ey Holst ein members are: 1. A. Lemberson, Yhitehall; George Iund, Jullum Nlseltuam, and Clifford 8oharlau, Arpadia; and Mike Skroch, Z&r dependence Guernsey Association members arot 3srt Conglon, Usa$3c Paulson, Lawrence Oines and Magus O7pmes all of Galesville- A. X NIhring, Wilbur Osgood, Id Heruanson of lhiteballo and A. J. Brovold lstate, Ittricks There are 14 bull, of good breeding being proved and in addition there are three more not yet In a ring, Sires still alive when proved. Reduce the losses by inferior sires. Cut the cost of sire service. 4. RS Supply breeding stock. Build community breed interest. Possible use in Artificial Rings BULLS OWM BY PROVING ASSOCIATION MBR4S Tflss program first began in the spring of 1940 and has been continued the past year. A lmost o0o-half the Counties In the State have now adopted a quality program. Trempealeau County was the second to do so. An outcome of the quality need resulted in several creameries employ- ing fieldmen cooperatively to aid their patrons in producing a quality product. Pigeon and Preston creameries jointly employed Julius Erickson while Whitehall, York, Elk Creek, Osseo and Centerville employed Walter Everson. The Arcadia Creamery worked under a simdlar arrangement with the Vaemandee and Cochrane creameries of Buffalo County. These fieldmen do not act as Uinspectorsu but in a manner which Is educational to patrons. It is their job to service patrons in any way pqpslble to aid them In producing a quality product. The agent believes the quality program hap benefited the county a great deal. Dairying is one major industry and anything done to insure it is for the better. 1. 2. 3.
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