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MILK SUPPLY.

[To the Editor, " Guakdian."J

Sir.—-Mr W. Anderson accuses me of attempting, to mislead the suppliers to the dairy factory; the boot is on the other foot, as the 201b. of cream at 37 test should make 71b. of butter. An expert butter maker taught me how to make butter. I did not lose any cream in the churning of November. I have a witness to prove I regulated the separator (a new Alfa-Laval) to make thicker cream, which accounts for my making 131b. more butter in December than November. Where Mr Anderson gets his -Üb. from I do not know. Apart from churning, why, after I regulated the separator, making the cream thick--er—did the test not go up instead ot remaining at 37 ? I think the factory staff would be the better for a good culliner as weTT as the dairy herds. FAIR PLAY.

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MILK SUPPLY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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MILK SUPPLY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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