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
Premiums on dairy cattle, pp. 150-151 PDF (398.8 KB)
Report of committee on butter making utensils, pp. 151-153 PDF (584.5 KB)
Wisco3IN DAmRY eN'S ASSOCIATION. 151 Thoroughbred Maem Premium $175. A. - Best Jersey or Geey ..................... ........ .... $25 00 B.-Ayrhe .... 25 00 C - olstein or Friesan . .... 25 00 D.-Devons .... 25 00 E-Heords .... 25 00 F.- -Shrthornrn ........ 25 00 .-Poed Cattl ..... 25 00 A.- Awarded to L J. Kl1jj% Keoh Wis. R-Awarded to Chester Ham, Brandon, Wis. C.- Awarded to Thos. Bell & Son, Concord, Wi. D.- Awarded to L BRamon & Son, Oak Creek, Wis. Judges - Same as above. DvIVSION 4- Dairy Implements. Butter Making Utensils. Display Revolving Churns. Disay Chur with Deahers or Floats Dislay Factory ChurnS, Diplay Epower Butter Workers. Diplay Butter Workers for Farm Daies. Display Butter Tra; or Boerds. Dispay Butter Dislay Butter Moulds. Dislay Butter Stamps. Display Butter Printer. Fo best gbneral display of Implements for Butter Makin, Premium, Gold Medal. REPORT OF COMMITrEE ON BUTrER MAKING UTENSELS. RZVOLVING C1URliS Cornish & Curtis, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, made the largest and best display of revolving churns, exhibiting Rectangular, Square Box and Fac- tory churns-in all some twenty churns These churns are well and substantially made, of good timber and in a a first class a The churning with the Rectangular is done with less power, and the butter drained with greater facility, than with other revolving churns. EL F. BacheJor & Sons, Rock Fals, Illinois, made a fine exhibit of their popular Barrel churns, which are well made, and are a great favorite with many dairymen. They exhibited sizes for the wants of all, from a one cow dairy to fifty. These churns are a great improvement over the old dash and paddle churns. Chas, P. Willard & Co., 2o La Sale St., Chicago, exhibited a great va- riety of churns, adapted the wants of all. Among them the Rectangu- lar, Square Box, Barrel, Blanchard, Union and Thermometer Churn. It was a creditable disply of well manufactured goods.
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