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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
(1882)

Programme,   pp. 9-[14] PDF (881.1 KB)


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Wnsoo DA'yxuas Auom-nco. 
15. The Advanta     oft Asocitd Effort among Farmers, by Hon. P. D, 
Torrey, Seetary of Osbkosh Fair, Oshkosh. 
16 What  I have Larned in Butter  aking, by J. 0. Curtis, Rocky Run 
17. My Mistaks as a Vairyman, by Cheter Haze, Brandon. 
All the persona whoe names appear in the above programme have written 
that they will attend the Convention. 
TRuzmAy EvNxime. 
Dairy Banquet and Sociable. 
DAIRY FAIR. 
Pr    iu. oGlared eon Wiscoaus Butter and Messe, Dair# Uteah, de, do. To
be mhiited durWg thc Ce0nntis 
CLAS I. 
PREMIUS OR cEEIMAN CH11UL 
The amociation offer, a premium of $.OO, to be divided among exhibitors 
in proportion to the number of points obtained by each, %hoe exhibits 
hall be awarded 44 pointa or over, on a scale of 50. 
One cheese, manufactured at any time, of eot less than forty pounds, con-
stitutes an entry. 
CLAMS II. 
S, B. DAvn & CO., Connies Merants, 110 S. Water Street, OhiCae, ojer
tam folmioing preinutss: 
For the best "Young America" Chee e.                          $5
00 
For the best Cheddar Cheese .                                   00 
CLASS III. 
Gao. S. HART & Co., Preduem Coamsueon   Jlchx, 88 Pearl StrA New 
York. 
Offer a Prime Sver Cp valed at p00, to the manufacturer of the finest 
quality of full cream   e 
Competition for same to Include all makers of fhtory cheese complying 
with the rules of the association. 
- Prize to be retained by the winner for one year, then to be returned to
the 
association for renewed competition. 
The maker who is awarded the cup on three successive seasons to retain 
the sme permanently. 
The prize cup Is of sterling silver, cstin finish, with gold border and lin-
ing. Ur on one ide of it is engraved the figure of a cow, and upon the re-
ere side an approprate in criptio. This cup is also enclosed In an elegant
saUn-lined case 
It has been won by A. I. Wheaton, Auroraville; Olin & Clinton, Wauke-
sha; *ad H. A. Conger & Son, Whitewater. 
CLASS IV. 
Cx~s. BALTz, ComissYion MerchAat, 115 8. Water 8t, hcapo, qfers O for. 
lwaing prmium: 
For the bet aoored haU cream chene  .........s . ...... ............ $5 0
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