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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

Hoard, W. D.
Jefferson County dairy board of trade,   p. 132 PDF (171.3 KB)

Morrison, W. H.
Southern Wisconsin dairy board of trade,   pp. 132-133 PDF (379.7 KB)

Page 132

12 Wzscosw DritYxim's AssocuAxox. 
Sale day on Wednesday of each week. 
This Board of Trade was organized in 1880 by uniting the Lake 
Mills Board, the Watertown Board and the Jefferson County Board 
in one organization, the united board taking the name of the Jef- 
ferson County Dairy Board of Trade, holding its meetings at Jef- 
ferson. Its present officers are: 
Prewident-S. Brown, Jefferson. 
Vice-PreWidext -E. B. Fargo, Lake Mills; R. F. McCutchen, 
Cold Spring. 
reasurer -Yale Henry, Jefferson. 
Secretary- W. D. Hoard, Fort Atkinson. 
Assistant Secretary - C. T. Carr, Jefferson. 
During the year 1881 there was offered at the regular meetings 
of the board nearly thirteen thousand boxes of cheese, about one 
quarter of what is annually produced in the county. So far no 
butter sales have been effected on the board, for the reason that 
the butter makers of this county market their butter mainly by 
consignment direct to Chicago, New York and Boston. 
W. D. HoAXD, 
Organized 1881. Located at Elkhorn, Wig. 
President - David L. Flack, Genova. 
Vice Prledst- Stephen Favill, Delavan. 
Treasurer-W. D. Lyon, Elkhorn. 
Secretary-W. H. Morrison, Elklor. 
Elkhorn is situated fifty miles southwest of Milwaukee and eighty 
miles northwest of Chicago, on the Southwestern Division of the 
Chicago, Milwaukeeand St. Paul Railroad. It is the county seat 
of Walworth county. 'As near as can be estimated, has thirteen 
thousand cows, producing annually nearly half a million dollars' 
worth of butter and cheese. 

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