Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes / Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture
Bulletin No. 11 (1897)
Decker, John W.
The cheese factory, pp. 206-212 PDF (1.7 MB)
TME CHEESE FACTORY. bees that a great many small factor- lea have been started. In Canada they make up 20,000 to 30,000 pounds of milk a day; they keep their cheese so tlat they ship a month's make at a time, and there will be one or two carloads of cheese going out, and cheese that is uniform; not only is it all the same from the same factory, but it is the same from the next factory, built. The whey does not go back in the milk as. At most of thee factories it is left and fed to hogs, that are kept in barns a suitable dis- tance from the factory, and it Is fed sweet, so that they get the full feed- ing value of the whey and the cans are not contaminated. Poor Xakeru-DhrtY Factorle. Now, let ua look at our own fac- ChaA'%XXLStratin9\v r tsf %AonSU1RLvn Ot UJ"%. SXOW;R9~ ~ ~~~ sOtmf titcotrom U.5S GQa& - * d tkoYlan' sn t~ousnna ot tons XortCA iawcs r 4a to i&g5 i 1tkbvm.t&&t\8 tvBuesis~va and the result is that they have tories in this state. They are al- large quantities of cheese that is most all small factories. The object just alike, and when it goes to Eng- has been to cut down the price for land and the conswmer gets a piece making, and many times the makers that he likes, he knows he can go could not atford to make for a cer- back to the dealer and get more just tain amount, and where they have like it. The factories in Canada are refused to come down. the farmers better built and equipped. A model have built factories to run in op- factory costs $5,500 or $6,000 such as position to them. They have hired the Tavistock factory; the Blue Vale a cheese maker who has worked factory cost $3,800, and these two maybe two or three weeks or posE1- factories have been models after bly a season, because he will work for W4* CoW factqtIqs boys bere IM Woney; they tow bbe fr tVb4 I MY J o R Tv L , ,Arm 77-7 . -o--.
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