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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

Report of committee on butter making utensils,   pp. 151-153 PDF (584.5 KB)

Page 152

The Vermont Farm Machine Co., of BeIlvus Falls, Vermont, made a fine 
display of Oscillating Churns, posesing many points of merit. Parties 
using this churn are much pleoed with it. 
They also exhibited Nesbet's Butter Printer. 
Cornish & Curtbs exhibited five Curtis Improved Factory Churns, rang-
ing in capacity from one to three hundred gallons each. Theso chums are 
substantially made and of the best materiaL 
Their display was the largest and best in Factory Churn. 
Chas. P. Willard & (oX exhibited a Curtis Improved Factory churn, and
a Factory Size Burwell Churn. 
HL F. Bachellor & Sons exhibited one of their mammoth factory-sized 
Burwell Churns, made in a substantial manner. 
Cornish & Curtis exhibited two of their Mason Power Butter Workers. 
These workers are a great favorite with the dairymen of the northwest, 
and can be found in nearly every creamery-butter can be worked as de- 
sired, and the grain not injured in the leas  The workers are made of 
hard wood, and in a substantial manner. 
A. E Reid, Philadelphia, Pa, exhibted a Power Worker, which has the 
merit of being well and substantially made. It is in use in several cream-
eries, and is highly spoken of. 
Chas. P. Willard & Co, exhibited a Mason Power Worker, and Reid's 
Power Worker. 
Cornish & Curtis made an exhibit of Lever Butter Workers, which for 
simplicity, ease of working, and durability, is not excelled. It has folding
legs, which can be folded up and the worker set away, taking up but little
room when not in use. 
They exhibited four sizes, also three sizes of the Eureka or Roller worker
which is used in large dairies. 
A. H. Reid exhibited several of his Farm Dairy Workers, which are so 
well and favorably known. 
It is a durable butter worker, and simple in its arrangement, is easily 
kept esan, and occupies but little space when not in use. It is a labor-
saving machine, well manufactured. 
Charles P. Willard & Co., exhibited Eureka, Lever, Reid's, and Cunning-
ham workers. They also exhibited Butter Printers, Butter Trays, Butter 
Moulds, Ladles, etc. 
A. KL Reid exhibited a Self-Gauging Butter Printer, which weighs or 
gauges the butter into pound or half pound prints. This machine will be 
found very convenient to those wishing square prints for transportation or
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