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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)


Page 13

 
Bus GoVxRNING TU EXHIBmION.                     13 
RULES GOVERNING THE EXHIBITION. 
1. EMama  fee to be fifty cents for each entry. 
f istler made at any time, and to be in packages of not less than twenty
pounds, except In Clams 6 and 7. 
3. Butter in stow jars not allowed to compete for premiums. 
-t: Wb package ca compete for more than one premium. 
'eal.e of points for judging cheese: Flavor, 15; quality. 15; texture, 10;
&qJ% Si color, 4,- total, 50. 
Scale of points for judging butter: Flavor, 90; grain, 15; salting, 5; 
eIoir, 5, style of package, 5,-total, 50. 
Manufacturers, dealer and inventors are invited to make an exhibit of 
dairy goods in which they are Interested. A committee will be appointed to
examine and report upon the e 
,I sr-ie wanting chees or butter makers for next ason, and those wishing
situationa, will fAd books for register, that the wants of each may be known
Members paying full fare one way will be returned at reduced fare. 
C. R. BEACH, Presidet, Whitaeater. 
0. P. CLINTON, Treasurer, Waukeaha. 
D. W. CURTIS, Ssereory, Fort Atkjuon 


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