The constant growth of the dairy industry constitutes a notable phase in the history of American agriculture. That the industry will continue to grow is beyond question. The wider knowledge of the food value of dairy products, the increasing demands in America for intensive and economical production, to which demands dairying is especially adapted, and the more general recognition of . the financial possibilities that lie in dairy farming all attest the view that the greatest development of the industry is yet to be realized.
Good dairy cows are indisputably the foundation upon which this development will depend and what is just as true, such development will be accompanied by a steadily increasing demand for these good cows.
Weaver, Earl; Matthews, C. A.; and Kildee, H. H.
"Influence of environment and breeding in increasing dairy production-III,"
Bulletin: Vol. 21
, Article 1.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/bulletin/vol21/iss251/1