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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)

Premium list of the Grand Union dairy fair,   pp. 139-143 PDF (892.6 KB)


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WIscONSIN Dewn's ASSOCIATION. 
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SPECIAL PREMIUMS. 
No. 1- Offered by A. J. W. Pierce & Co., of Milwaukee Wis ......... 
$5 
For the greatest value of manufactured product obtained 
from one thousand pounds of milk. Exhibitors in this class 
hall, at time of maing the entry, furnish a statement of the 
date of manufacture, quantity of product, etc. 
No. 2-Offered by Cornish & Curtis, of Ft Atkinson, Wis.: 
1 Mason Power Batter Worker, value ..... ............. $50 
1 Curtis Improved Factory Churn, value ..... .......... 40 
1 Nest Butter Trays, value ............................. 10 
For best 100 pounds of butter made at any time or place. 
No. 3-Offered by Walter S. Greene, of Milfotd, Wis. 
1 barrel "Top Notch" Patent Flour, for best plate print butter.
No. 4-Offered by Thos. Higgins & Co., of Liverpool, Eng. 
1 Silver Cup, value ............ ........................ $50 
For best lot of butter (salted with Higgins' " Eureka " Salt),
made by any Creamery, Farmer or Dairyman. 
No. 5-Offered by John Boyd, of Chicago, Ill. 
1 No. 4 Creamer and Strainer, value    ...$.. 56 
For the best tub of butter, containing not less than fifty 
pounds, made from cream raised in a Cooley Creamer. 
No. 6- Offered by John Boyd, of Chicago, IMl 
1 No. 1 Creamer and Strainer, value .................... $31 
For the best package of butter, containng not less than 
twenty pounds, made from cream raised in a Cooley 
Creamer. 
No. 7-Offered by John Boyd, of Chicago, Il 
1 First Prize Dog Power, value                    ...........................
$18 
For the best package of butter, large or small made from 
cream raised in Cooley Creamer. 
No. 8-Offered by S. Birkenwald & Co., of Milwaukee. Wis. 
For best Limburger ................................... $10 
For best Brickstein ...........t........................ tO 
For best Domestic Switzer ............................. 19 
No. 9-Offered by R. D. Torrey, of Milwaukee. Wis. 
For best plate of print butter made by a young lady, un- 
der l6 years of age ........... ......................... $1. 
No. 10-Offered by L Petit & Co., of Milwaukee, Wis 
For best butter, not less than 100 pounds ............... $30 
For best cheese, not less than 100 pounds ............... 20 
And salted with F. F. Dairy Salt, manufactured by the 
American Dairy Salt Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
No. 11- Offered by F. B. Fargo & Co., of Lake Mills, Wis 
For best 100 pounds butter made at any time, colored witk 
Fargo June Golden Butter Color. 1st Premium $25 cash; 2d 
Premium, five gallons June golden Butter Color, value. 
$12.0. 
No 12- Offered by John Mehl, of Milwaukee .......   ................ $10
For best 100 pounds curd made from sour skim milk. 
No. 13-Offered by Alex. Fisk & Co., of Chicago   ..    ........ $50 
For best five poud tub lot of butter, saltedby Hohmes' extra 
sifted Dairy at. 
No. 14-Offered by Borden, Selick & Co., of Chicago. 
One 400 pound Dairy Scale, value .$5......................... 7 
For beat 100 pounds creamery butter, to be of exact weight, 
as shown on ch npoved Howe Scale. 
One Un~ion Scae, vblue ..................... $15 
rbr best cheese, fifty pounlds or over, banded " Howe." 


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