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NOTES FOR FARMERS.

»_■ ; I HOLSTEIN BUTTER. [ ■j. It ig sometimes BB9ertefl that the , - Holstein is a poor butter cow, so that it 13 interesting to note that butler ■ made solely from the milk of British * 'Hotpteins gained the highest honours £ at fcbe recent winter ebosv of tbe 8 Royel Dublin Society. In the open- 6

1 mgc'asH, which wa- for 56tbs butler, j wiih i>ot rr,ore than .3 percent, of , pah, eiitiies l»e confic'eci to registered ! crpanjfties, the h'»st prize wee awarded >fo the G'eDwillif.m Cooperative I Dairy Society for a panopie that, states tbe "Fanner's Gazette." wafi precti cally flawlcFfl ard gairrd ful) inaiks To tbie BfltnpSe ibe cbampion gold medal for the befrfc batter in the ebow was also awarded. The Glenwilliam Co oppialive Society fcored again in the class for 12 two pound rolls or brick shapes of unsalted butter in boxes packed suitably for the London market, being fhst with another ppleodid eampio, which only dropped one mark. Ttu ruilk from which these butters were made by the Glenwilliam Society was supplied by Mr W F. C. Wilkinson, St. Oswald?, Ballingarry, County Limerick, who was one of the first to found a registered Holstein herd in Iceland.— " Canadian Citizen," Ottawa.

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NOTES FOR FARMERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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NOTES FOR FARMERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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