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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
(1882)

Report of committee on dairy goods and manufactures,   pp. 114-116 PDF (482.1 KB)


Page 115

Rzoirr ow DAmy GooDs AND MAxwwrMs 1 
CLASS XVI. 
cMESE XAXING. 
For the best display of apparatus for making cheee ...............e. $10
00 
For cheese-making apparatus, the model of a circular cheese vat ex- 
hibited by the inventor, T. B Wise, of Geneva, Ohio, is a novel and appar.
ently useful vat In which to make cheese when steam or other power is 
available. It Is a great labor-sving Invention. 
Mr. Wie donates the premium, ten dollars, to the society. 
CLASS XVII. 
BUTrE M1AKING. 
For the beat display of butter-making utensils ...................... $10
00 
Cornish & Curts, Fort Atkinson, Wis., exhibited rectangular and sq are
box; churns, lever butter workers, butter trays, ladles, etc. Their goods
are 
too well known to need any notice at our hands They were awarded the 
premium, $10. 
CLASS XVIII. 
CRAM 1AISIINIG. 
For the beet display of apparatus for raising cream ................. $5
00 
In this clas John Boyd, 199 Lake St., Chicago, exhibited the well-known 
Cooley creamer, the submerged process of raising cream. This process is 
well and favorably known the world over. 
J. A. Smith, of Cedarburg, Wis, state agent for the Cudworth & Aucutt
areamery, of Anamosa, Iowa, exhibited two large creamers. This style of 
creamer, though comparatively new in this section, finds strong friends 
wherever sold. 
Heos, Harvey & Campbell, Bellvue, Iowa, exhibited one six and one 
three can creamer, besides several cans for raising cream, on the gathered
cream system. 
This can has many excellent features about it, and has only to be used to
find out its real merits. 
As they had the largest display, they were awarded the first premium, $10.
CLASS XIX. 
sUrrTs COLOR. 
For the best display of butter color ...............$3................ S
00 
Xess. F. B. Fargo & Co., LAke Mills, WIa, made a large display of their
popular butter color, and were awarded irs premium, $3. 
CLASS XX. 
UTERs PACKAGE&. 
For the best package for shipping packed butter ..................... $3
00 
W. D. Kirkland, Sheboygan Falls, Wia, exhibited Welsh tubs, California, 
11t; 


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