Proceedings of the World's Dairy Congress: Washington, D. C., October 2, 3; Philadelphia, Pa., October 4; Syracuse, N. Y., October 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 1923, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1924
 

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Contents

Cooperative marketing of milk J D MILLER
83
The cooperative marketing movement A SAPIRO
100
Address by the President of the United States The Hon CALVIN
108
Health of our school children Miss SALLY LUCAS JEAN
114
The Philadelphia public schools Dr Edwin BrooME_
121
Quality control work of the dairy council C I COHEE Jr
128
THE USE OF EVAPORATED CONDENSED AND DRIED MILK
149
P SHERWIN
161
The use of milk in bread R M ALLEN
169
A central cooperative organization for the marketing of butter JOHN
174
The use of milk powder in baking Chas A GLABAU
183
The development of dried milk as a food Dr R J BLACKHAM
193
The function of the local bank in financing the farmer E B HARSHAW
207
The meat packer as a distributor of dairy products Dr L D H WELD
223
The organization of United Dairies Ltd J H MAGGS
235
Dairy and factory management A PETER_
242
Cooperation as a factor in stabilizing the market for agricultural prod
252
The dairy industry in Norway R MORK
265
The pasteurization of cheese S K ROBINSON
273
New developments in the manufacture of Swiss cheese K J MATHESON
290
Relation of lactic bacteria to cheese ripening Dr C GORINI
308
The connection between the bacterial content of milk from which cheese
314
The use of selected lactic ferments in the manufacture of hardpressed
321
Contenu microbique dans le fromage grana pendant sa maturation
327
Linfluence de lacidification du lait sur le contenu de leau dans le fro
336
Mongolian cheese or Naii Tofu Dr MASAYOSHI SATO
342
Agricultural extension methods and activities A A BORLAND
343
dustry by publications J H FRANDSEN
352
Development of the dairy industry in India TARAKNATH DAs
358
DORA G SAKER
374
Educational and advisory work in dairy farming through the agency
382
Milk recording in Scotland WM STEVENSON
392
Task of the government dairy experts with regard to matters of dairy
400
Means by which the ice cream industry has been developed in the United
474
Standardizing the icecream mix W B COMBS
488
Sandy ice cream C D DAHLE
500
Work of the National Dairy Council in bringing about a greater
511
How can we best safeguard our milk supply Dr C J HASTINGS
512
Dr G KOESTLER_ 1034
521
D PEARCE_
530
Motion pictures and dairy education R W BALDERSTON
537
The supervision of the pasteurization of milk by State authorities
549
Milk in relation to child life and health BEN DAVIES_ 5 55
555
The relation of the melitensisabortus group of organisms to human
562
Qualitätsbezahlung und Qualitätsbelohnung in der finnländischen Milch
576
Certified milk W H LEE
582
A PETER _
588
Organized effort to improve dairying in Czechoslovakia Dr
603
Methods of teaching dairying to college students H H DEAN
609
Graduate instruction in dairy husbandry Dr C H ECKLES
616
The relation between the quantity and availability of calcium in
617
The status of dairy education in England and Wales V E WILKINS_
624
Feeding standards and their uses F B MORRISON 1090
625
Instruction in dairy science in the agricultural college at Wageningen
631
Dairy instruction in the Netherlands Dr K H M VAN DER ZANDE
638
Sur linstruction laitière en Italie G FASCETTI
649
Shortcourse instruction in the manufacture of dairy products E
655
METHODS OF EDUCATING THE PUBLIC TO THE VALUE OF MILK
661
The work of the Canadian Department of Agriculture in increasing
674
Community milkforhealth campaigns as conducted by the United States
684
Cooperative dairying R MANOD OWEN
695
Review of progress in fluidmilk marketing in the United States C
706
Types of collective bargaining organizations RICHARD PATTEE_
718
Milk collection treatment and distribution in the industrial cooperative
725
Cooperation as applied to the dairy industry in England The Right
733
Cooperative milk distribution HARRY HARTKE
739

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Page 89 - ... comparative effects on crops of different kinds; the adaptation and value of grasses and forage plants; the composition and digestibility of the different kinds of food for domestic...
Page 87 - Agriculture, the general design and duties of which shall be to acquire and to diffuse among the people of the United States useful information on subjects connected with agriculture, in the most general and comprehensive sense of that word and to procure, propagate, and distribute among the people new and valuable seeds and plants.
Page 88 - That it shall be the object and duty of said experiment stations to conduct original researches or verify experiments on the physiology of plants and animals; the diseases to which they are severally subject, with the remedies for the same; the chemical composition of useful plants at their different stages of growth; the comparative advantages of rotative cropping as pursued under a varying series of crops ; the capacity of new plants or trees for acclimation; the analysis of soils and water...
Page 142 - Tell me, Wise One, what shall I do to receive the most for that which I spend?" Hakeem answered, "A thing that is bought or sold has no value unless it contains that which cannot be bought or sold. Look for the Priceless Ingredient.
Page 278 - Is there any further discussion? If not we will proceed to the next paper: "The relation of ensilage to chees-i making,
Page 98 - These are the conclusions from an investigation made jointly by the Bureau of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture and the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service of the Treasury Department, a report of which has just been issued.
Page 99 - State shall provide in its plan for agricultural education that such education shall be that which is under public supervision or control; that the controlling purpose of such education shall be to fit for useful employment...
Page 664 - Report of the Committee on Municipal Health Department Practice of the American Public Health Association in cooperation with the TJ.
Page 353 - That in order to aid in acquiring and diffusing among the people of the United States useful and practical information on subjects connected with agriculture, and to promote scientific investigation and experiment respecting the principles and applications of agricultural science...
Page 446 - The dietary rule of a quart of milk each day for every child is much more than a precept based on individual opinions or drawn by analogy from the results of feeding experiments with lower animals; it now rests on scientific evidence obtained by extensive and intensive experiments directly upon the children themselves.

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