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The Production and Handling of Clean Milk by  Kenelm WINSLOW - Hardcover - 1907 - from Attic Books and

The Production and Handling of Clean Milk

by WINSLOW, Kenelm

Condition: Good

New York: William R. Jenkins Co, 1907. Hardcover. Good. 207 p. 25 cm. 47 illustrations (some colour) and 17 plates. Green cloth hardcover. Edges worn and corners slightly bumped. Bookseller's stamp on front pastedown. A few small marks on fore-edge. Blindstamped "Property of the Hospital for Insane - Hamilton." Also includes a folded copy of an address given at the Annual Meeting of the Ontario Crop Improvement Association at the King Edward Hotel, Toronto, February 5th, 1945, by Harold K. Nesbitt from Britannia Bay, Ontario, entitled "Seed Production on Donalmar Farms."

Topics include germs in their general relation to milk, composition of milk and cream, feeding for milk, housing and care of cows, handling of milk and cream, cost of producing and distributing clean milk, and milk inspection, as well as barn and milk house plans.


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