Wisconsin Dairymen's Association 1901 Report

Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association held at Mondovi, Wis., February 13, 14 and 15, 1901.

Report of the Proceedings, Annual Address of the President, and Interesting Essays and Discussions Relating to the Dairy Interests. Compiled by Geo. W. Burchard, Secretary. Mrs. R. Howard Kelly, Stenographic Reporter.

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Names in this online transcription include Adams, Aderhold, Ahrens, Alexander, Alison, Allen, Amidson, Armor, Bast, Bates, Beach, Black, Blood, Boettcher, Bracy, Bradley, Brownell, Brumer, Burchard, Bush, Bussard, Carter, Chatwood, Conrad, Cook, Coolidge, Corneliuson, Cornish, Crane, Curtis, Dabereiner, Dally, DeLand, Dillon, Dousman, Emery, Erickson, Ernst, Esker, Everett, Farr, Farrington, Favill, Foster, Gibbons, Gibson, Goodrich, Grenline, Griswold, Hatch, Hazen, Heald, Henry, Hermanson, Hoard, Hoiberg, Holmes, Hougland, House, Houser, Howard, Howie, Hyne, Hyslop, Jackson, Jacobs, Jennings, Joos, Kate, Kelly, Larson, Lees, Loomis, Madison, Manser, McDonald, McIntyre, McKerrow, Michels, Milius, Moore, Morrison, Myer, Nesbit, Noll, Ostrich, Pabst, Pace, Passmore, Payzant, Philips, Riley, Ryal, Schreiner, Seyforth, Shaffner, Shumway, Simmons, Smith, Southworth, Stratton, Stringer, Sweeting, Taylor, Thorp, Trager, Turner, Uehling, Van Liese, Ward, Weithrich, Whelan, Whiffler, Wigginton, Witting.

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