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Bulletin (Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station)

Abstract

A short time ago we were asked whether any injustice would result to either creamery-man or patron, if the latter should set his evening’s milk, skim it in the morning, mix the cream with the morning’s milk and send the mixture to the creamery instead of sending the milk of both evening and morning, as is the usual custom. The most satisfactory way to answer all such queries is by practical demonstrations, and it was determined to conduct an experiment bearing on the point in question.

A short time ago we were asked whether any injustice would result to either creamery-man or patron, if the latter should set his evening’s milk, skim it in the morning, mix the cream with the morning’s milk and send the mixture to the creamery instead of sending the milk of both evening and morning, as is the usual custom. The most satisfactory way to answer all such queries is by practical demonstrations, and it was determined to conduct an experiment bearing on the point in question.

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