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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)

Report of the committee on cheese making utensils,   pp. 153-154 PDF (401.0 KB)


Report of committee on cream raising and cream carrying utensils,   pp. 154-157 PDF (763.1 KB)


Page 154

 
154         ELzVENT ANNUAL Rft OP TM 
The Howe Begal exhibited ae Sn ei cossttuctiom, and were without 
Tie Knife Card Yill, shown by C P. Willard & Co, is the standard mill
in use. 
The only display, and that a partel one, of cheese making implements, 
wa   nade by C. P. Willard & Co., Chiego. 
J. A. SMITH, Cedarburg, Win., 
S. B.   SHK Georgia, Vt., 
D. B. WOOD, Huntley, III., 
Committee. 
C*ea  Raising Utensic. 
Device of any kir d for raiing cteam 
Display of cam for gathered c 
Carrying can for cresm. 
REPORT OF COMYTTEE ON CREAM RAING AND CREAM 
.CARRYING UTENSHl 
Your committee upon the abovo articles beg lave to submit the endorsed 
s   ments relative to their work. 
They find the devices for raising cream numerous, and evidently of 
greaty vryig worth. They have not attempted to repori upon the rela- 
tive merits of any in comparison with others. The wants of dairymen in 
different sections of our country vary greatly, and it would be an injustioe
to manufactures to give rigid decisions. The poor articles Wi be driven 
to the wal rapidly enough without a word from us. 
The methods of raising cream may be set down as four in number, judg- 
ing from the exhibita 
First and oldest, the shallow pan; second, the deep setting; third, the 
vacuum procem; and fourth, the centrifugaL  The s ed   proee is 
but a form of deep setting. 
With all the deep setting can it is most evident that all attenion is 
turned tow ard cooling the milk rapidly. 
Your Camm   ittee woold state that upont day of the standtair  ot 
the apatus, Thuysday, December 7, the articles were  not all teed and 
tabuated, sO that some hbis may have been overlooked 
T     J COOLICY C.lW 
John Boyd, 199 ake StD .  Chicago, Ile 
Th    e   4     can is consucted for   rging. The over is 
hldd o   the Wd'o the can that when the whole is under wtr  a cuho 
ot eir onder  kirdm ot the cover prevents the ater from rshing intO the 
c. A ghmgaoge onthe side ottheomeksnnone to              eetedp lot 
¢rbm ad a rubber spoat the bottom permite ot remoing the milk 
rom under the a      tht    dr        it  The em   i then ted 
out bq inverting the can. 


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