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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Eleventh annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Elk-horn, Wis., January 31, and February 1 and 2, 1883. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
(1883)

Premiums awarded on cheese by the following scale of points,   pp. 146-150 PDF (1.0 MB)


Premiums on dairy cattle,   pp. 150-151 PDF (398.8 KB)


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150          EIVuIv    H ANiNuAL RgrPORT O THE 
No. 17- Offered by Hunter & Drennen. of Philadelphia, 
For best five tubs creamery butter, made in Iowa, at any time, 
by the whole milk      .............. ................... ye. 
For best five tubs creamery butter, made in Iowa, at any time, 
bthe gathered cream system ............................. $60 
or best one tub daiy butter made in Iowa, at any time .... $25 
Sixteen   tries  Creamerybutter-Premium   awarded to L 
E. Hanna     fmt's Grove, Iowa. Gathered cream butter - Pre- 
miss    dd to A. M. B   bhaa Jessup, Im     Dairy blltter - 
Premidu awarded to Mm 1). ladd, Tnr, Iowa. 
No. 19-Offered by CoL Hw a Iittber, of vnot, Iowa.*20 
For an        tte best sytem of keeuing butter or cheese 
factory accesrts. 
Awarded to Mower & Huston, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
SALT 13UMUXS. 
iereod by F. D. Koulton & Co., of New York 
For best exhibit of cheese ..................                   00 
For best exhibit of butter ............................... $100 
AlR to be salted with Ashton's F. F. Salt. 
Ofered by Thossas Higtn# & Co., LiVerpool, Eagoand 
For best exhibit ot cheese ..........   .................... $125 
For best exhibit of butbr ...........   .................... $15 
All to be salted with " H          Salt" 
WI. Mledieinois, Was awarded first premium in Class 
A. Swteepst      on          wstte, a s paid the Salt Ptemium  by Thomas
Higgins & Co, his butter being sted with Higgins' -Eureka Salt."
OfJered by American Dairy Sat Co., L, of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Three hundred dollars, to be divided Mqully between the package of 
butter and the pac fe of cheese et             f fair, fnd   the rules 
ad            lwhich take the - 
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E. P. Inlplh, ~~odJo a, Wis.. Wm a    ded    premium in 
Class L. Swee8staks okn Cheese, and was paid the 8alt Premium, by the 
American DarySalt Co., his cheese being salted with Onondaga F. F. Salt.
DIVIBIoN 3. - Dairy Cattle. 
Bedt Cow. Piusum $225. 
A.-JereeyorGuernsey .................                        25 00 
B.-Ayrshire    .................                             25 00 
C.- Holstein or Friesean .....................                25 00 
D. -  Devons  ...........2...............   .....................   ... .
5  00 
E. - Herefords .................................................. 25 00 
F.-Sborthorns                                    ............ S5 00 
G.-Polled Cattle ............                                25 00 
H.-Natives ............                                      25 00 
I.-For the youngest cow, with calf by her side ...................2 5 00
Jersey or Guernsey -Premium awarded to John Boyd, Chicago. 
Ayrsbire-Premium awarded to Chester Hla   , Brandon, Wis. 
Devons -Premium awarded to L Ranson, Oak Creek, Wis. 
For youngest cow, with calf by her side, Premium awarded to John 
Judges-Yiudge Luce       ,--, Iowa; H. Merriman, Ft. Atkinson, 
Wis.; E. . Fargo, lake Mfills, Wia 
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