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University of Wisconsin / The winter course in dairy manufacturing, 1935-36

First semester,   pp. 2-4 PDF (582.7 KB)


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THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
                    VETERINARY SCIENCE
    A series of lectures on the common diseases of dairy cattle. Var-
ious stable and laboratory tests for detecting mastitis (garget) are
demonstrated to help students understand the importance of this dis-
ease and how to improve the quality of raw milk. Genetics Bldg. Lec-
ture Room. Monday 8-9. (F. B. Hadley).
                      SECOND SEMESTER
   DECEMBER 31 TO JANUARY i8, AND JANUARY I8 TO FEBRUARY 8
   During the second semester the student is urged to select two of
the subjects listed, but will be permitted to take just one subject if he
chooses.
      CREAMERY OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT
                      Dec. 31, 1935-Jan. 18, 1936
    H. C. JACKSON, L. C. THOMsEN, H. T. SONDERGAARD AND G. HAGBERG
    This course deals chiefly with the manufacture of butter and the
management of a creamery. Instruction is given in the handling of
milk and cream from the time it is received until the products made
from it are sold in the finished package.
    Practice will be given in weighing, grading and sampling milk and
cream; operating power separators, fore-warmers, milk heaters, cream
pasteurizers and ripeners, and different types of factory churns. The
student will receive instruction in the pasteurization of cream, neu-
tralization of cream, ripening of cream and the culture and use of a
starter. During the churning exercises, composition control will be
demonstrated and daily tests for fat, moisture and salt will be made on
the butter churned before it is printed.
    Throughout the course daily records will be kept and special em-
phasis will be placed on the checking of factory losses and the neces-
sity of improving the milk and cream supply by frequent scoring of
cream and judging of butter.
    This work is carried on in the dairy department creamery where
power equipment of the latest design is used.
    Lectures in the Dairy Lecture Room 302, daily 3-4. Laboratory,
daily 8-12, and X :30-3 :00.
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