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

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The cooperative marketing movement A SAPIRO_
106
Health of our school children Miss SALLY LUCAS JEAN_
114
The Philadelphia public schools Dr EDWIN BROOME__
124
THE USE OF EVAPORATED CONDENSED AND DRIED MILK
149
Observations on milk supply under tropical and subtropical conditions
161
The use of milk in bread R M ALLEN
169
The cooperative marketing of butter on the Pacific coast C L MITCHELL_ 897
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
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
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
CHEESE PROBLEMS
273
The use of bacterial cultures for controlling the fermentation in
287
Some milk types characterized by their rennin reaction and their
300
Pasteurization of milk for Cheddar cheese making in New Zealand
306
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
Methods of disseminating results of research concerning the dairy
352
Development of the dairy industry in India TARAKNAth Das_
358
Methods adopted in England and Wales to convey dairy education
366
The work of a county dairy instructress in England and Wales Miss
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
The preparation of standardized mix in country plants WILLIAM WHITE_
474
Standardizing the icecream mix W B COMBS
488
Sandy ice cream C D DAHLE__
500
METHODS OF IMPROVING AND PROTECTING THE MILK SUPPLY
511
Health department organization in developing a municipal pasteurized
521
Methods employed within the industry to improve the quality of milk
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
555
The relation of the melitensisabortus group of organisms to human
562
Qualitätsbezahlung und Qualitätsbelohnung in der finnländischen Milch
568
Definition of pasteurization by law B VAN DER BUrg__
578
Die Ausbildung der Landwirte und Molkereibeflissenen in der Schweiz
588
Organized effort to improve dairying in Czechoslovakia Dr
593
Vocational instruction in dairying in secondary schools J R DICE___
603
Methods of teaching dairying to college students H H DEAN__
609
Graduate instruction in dairy husbandry Dr C H ECKLES
616
The status of dairy education in England and Wales V E WILKINS
624
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
Welfare agencies as a factor in educating consumers in the use of milk
669
The health demonstration and nutrition Dr WALTER H BROWN
679
The work of the dairy council M D MUNN__
689
COOPERATIVE MARKETING OF MILK
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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