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


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WUCONS      Dm         s AMicuTION.            157 
CLARK'8 REVOLUTION MILK PAN. 
A. CG Clark & Co., Manchester, Iowa. 
A waer tank with two or m6e chambers, in each of which are two long, 
mnarrow, deep pas or cans, with a spout in front. Thefe cans are sO at- 
taced to the tak by iron bales that when lifted they pitch forward and 
allow the cream to be removed at the spout, and by further elevation and
tilting they ca be emptied .f the skim milk 
Tn1 iAImLmIB ImuK CAN. 
Davis & Fairiamb, 170 IAke St., Chicago. 
This is a deep, circular can, enlarging upwards, with a central cooling 
tube exending from the bottom to about three-fourths of the way to the 
tep, we it ocnecsta with the exterior again by a smaller tube running 
to the ide of the ca-  This aangent, when the can is plunged into 
water, cools the mil at the center, but does not interfere with the skim-
ig    urface. 
TM CHAMON CREAERY. 
The Dairy Implement Company, Bellows Falls, Vt. 
Immovable, deep cans set in a water tank. These cans have funnel- 
shad bottoms, through a faucet in which the skim milk and later the 
cream is drawn. 
TM CHERRY CAN. 
J. a Cherry, Ceder Rapids, Iowa. 
A broad, dee, circular can, with central cooling tube and tiu cover so 
aranged as to permit being soad by water. The milk is removed either 
by a siphon at the bottom or by skimming at the top. 
A. EL RE'S CREAXHY. 
A. *. Reid, 26 L 16th S, Philadelph, Pa. 
A cabinet cold-water tank, with two stationary long, narrow, deep tin 
cas hawing rounding bottoms, which lant towards the faucets through 
Wd    tbe milk first and later the cream is drawn 
Poir. W. A. HENRY, Madison, Wis. 
0. F. HOUCK, -, Iowa, 
E A. McENNA Geneva Iake, Wis. 
Conagittee. 
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