A good many Iowa farmers who have been in the habit of separating their milk on the farm, sending the cream to market and using the skimmilk for raising their calves and pigs have a new problem now. The demand for more cheese, more dried milk and more condensed milk fro the army and navy and our allies in the war has caused many Iowa dairy plants to start turning out these products instead of just butter.
Espe, Dwight and Cannon, C. Y.
"Wartime Rations for Young Calves!,"
Farm Science Reporter: Vol. 3
, Article 3.
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