There is no novelty in the idea of making butter from unripened cream, as that practice has long been in vogue to a large extent in Denmark and to a limited extent in this country; but the subject has been recently revived in America, and had imparted to it a certain degree of freshness— because of a novelty in the proposed manner of carrying out the idea — by Professor John A. Myers, Director of the West Virginia Experiment Station.
His contribution appeared first, so far as I am aware, in Hoard’s Dairyman of Nov. 29th, 1889, being published officially, and as the precursor of a promised bulletin on the same subject which, however, has not yet been received here.
Patrick, G. E.
"Sweet cream butter,"
Bulletin: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/bulletin/vol1/iss8/3