Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the eleventh annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Friday and Saturday, January 20 and 21, 1911
Stauffacher, S. J.
Annual address, pp. 30-39
SOUTT1HYlN WIS. CIII1EXsE1MAIRS' & D)AIRIYMEN's ASS'N. 39 one-fiftli of the staves broken and the rest not lit for a tul). Block and(l brick l)oxes with boar(ds off and split clear down the sides. Iimbur- with paper anl(l parcltlnent gone to pieces and the tin-foil a mnere powder. Gentlemen dto YOU beleive that cheeste packed in packages like this can compete in the cheese markets of the world? If You do, you are badly mistaken. There is hut one thing to (lo in this matter and that is to stand together an(l fight against these evils that are undermnining- our great industry. Do not leave this matter to the members of this association to do. For the future prosperity of pure dairy and agricultural industry depen(ls entirely upoii our successful elimination of these great evils. As an association We Call have no objection to the sale of this cheap material, hut we must protest and protest vigorously against its use in an industry upon which depends the future prosperity and happiness of every man, woman and child in Southern Wisconsin. The last ten to twenty years more people in Southern Wisconsin have pro- vide(l for a comfortable old age thru the dairy husinLss than all other interest colfll)ined. Shall we keel) it so?
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