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 i Regulatory Series: N0. 3. Issued December, 1922. -  
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  July 1, 1918 to June 30, I922 I 1 i  
 Q ey P. E. BACON I I I  
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S. P. E. BACON, Inspector, in Charge. J. IVI. DORR, Inspector. I I
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  J. J. HOOPER, Chairman, Lexington HARRY HARTKE, Covington    
; J. M. HOWEY, Anchorage. I I
 i The Creamery and Tcster’s License Law (Chapter 74, Acts I
 ; of the Kentucky Legislature) was enacted by the Geiierahjis- I  
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 ; I senibly of 19lb, and became operative July 1 of that year. The I I
_"  ]l1'0\'lNlI>I1S of the Act are enforced thru the Creamery Licensc I l
I Section of the iientneky Agricultural lixperinient Station. j
Beyond a. general summary, made by the Director in his Au- i I I
 I nnal Report, no information concerning the work of the de-
 `I lllll`llIll`1Il2 has hitherto been pniblrisheil, The purpose ot this A I
 I ('ll`l°lllEIl' is to set forth the requirements of the law, and to Sl10W I
 i h‘l“' lll0SC 1‘cqui1‘ements have been earried into effect by the I _
  Cl`@‘lllll0l`y License Seetien l
  I \\ hen milk or cream is bought on the basis of the amount of  
IIlIl'llIl` fat contained therein, the person or firm so buying it is I I
I. l°qllll"?€l to llOlcl a license and to employ ~a licensed tester who l
I· Sllilll Silpervise and be responsible for the operation of H10 Bal?  
I cock test used to determine the amount of butter fat in milk or Y
`· cream. _ Q
  I ll(l@l' T-lIC act it is unlawful to bake unfair S?IlTl]ll€‘$ of milk L r
  T flcillll, {.0 fraudulently inaiiipnlate such samples, or to félliilfy ' ~
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l   the record thereof. Under—reading or over-reading of tests is  L For
  likewise prohibited, or any other manipulation of the Babcock ’ FO,
it it test.   For
  The law provides that no glassware shall be used in making   Fm
  the test except such as shall tirst have been inspected for ae-  _
i curaey by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, or   Wis
i §, its deputy, and indelibly marked with the letters "S. G. K."   ik i
T ;   (Standard (ltlassware, Kentucky).   5.0,.
V The purpose ot the law is to protect the producer of milk or  .» IM
i { cream against untair praetises on the part ot those to whoin he i
,; sells and whose weights and tests he is, by the very nature of ~ um
' the transaction, obliged to accept as honest and correct. Pro-  
, l teetiion is also afforded the ereameries against those operators  3 rm,
.   who might be unscrupulous enough to over-read tests in order ; 
, to gain patronage. i ing
  The Examining Board consists of three members, two ap  
l t pointed by the executive committee of the Kentucky Dairy Cat-  t not
fi w tle (`lub. and the third member the Chief of the Dairy Depart- em,
I _` ment of the Experiment Station. The Board is empowered to i- `i
i reconnnend the revocation of licenses of testers who have been Q
1 proved guilty of violating any of the provisions of the act or _
t   the rules a11d regulations ot the Kentucky Agricultural Experi- ; Y
=   ment Station. Operators whose names have been reported to    
* , the Board by the ("reamery License Sertiion, are called l>(‘li(ll'(l _ Lic
that body and given a. fair and impartial hearing. i
  . ('reainery Lz'eviz.\\'al licenses; ,__,,___________ _ ____________ I ____,___ I 340 I 428 I 290 ’
-"l° Y Licenses ti·ansten·ea __,,____________,_____,_ I 16 I 48 I 73 I (ss
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_}  Smiieiis operated .,___________,________________   415 I 722 I 725 I   0 ·
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om- gn Number and Kinds of Licenses Issued i
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III,·  _` 1918-19   1919-20   1920-21 ' 1921-22 I .
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[_ Ir · C‘°"““‘lI€S (mfg. butter) ____,___________ I 15 I 14 I 12 I 13 ·
lllle `_  ict} CI`F}{lm I)].jnt; ____________V·_V·_‘__’·.__   S I 10   12 I 17 I I
TPM  · églk Il1SU‘ibuting plants ___________V____ I 11 I 11 I IS I 18 " I
yntli ` 0 ‘l’l"“=?»“ SUIUOUS ...........................__. I 376 I 687 I ess I 507 I
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  The large decrease in number of shipping stations for 1921-  »p
i     might seem to indicate that the dairy industry is losing . tw
yi ground. As a matter of fact nearly 3,000,000 more pounds of  _ . V
5   creamcry but-ter was manufactured in 1921 than during the pre-  - me
  ceding year. The loss in cream stations was due to the fact   Phi
i that producers in increasingly greater numbers are selling their   ui
. tl product direct to the factory or ereamcry instead of thru the   (Ti
J i cream station. From three to eight cents more a pound for   im
3_ g butter fat is paid for cream shipt direct than the producer re- ‘  mg
Z, ceives at local shipping stations. Approxiinately 50% ot' the   Til
-` cream bought in Kentucky is now being shipt direct-.  i Hm
Licenses for Testers; Every person employed to operate the it ml
    Babcock test where milk or cream is received and paid for on t will
, the butter fat basis is required to hold a. license. Before tl    
0 l tester`s license may be obtained the applicant therefor must f LL
it I have passed a satisfactory examination showing his proficiency  -
    in testing. Names of those operators making the grade of T5, or  - the
Q   more, are reported to the Chairman of the Examining Boaril . l’ltl
. i` who then issues a. C‘ertiHcate of Proficiency to each successful  T SU
i l_ applicant. This certificate, when presented to the Experiment  ‘ (10
l Station together with the fee of $2.00, entitles the holder to H e RV
  · license. Tcster`s licenses expire June 30 of the fiscal year lll   lllt
    which issued, a.nd may be renewed by reniitting to the Expert-  _ sor
  ment Station the renewal fee, which is $2.00. The Experinieiit  ’ iis
t Station reserves the right to withhold the issuance of fl 1`€· g  ant
f , newal license to any operator who is under charge of violallll¥   epi
I t. any ot the rules and regulations under which licenses are grant- · p tici
  ·‘ ed. The number of tester`s licenses issued during the }’e1ll`l}' ' lie
I gap periods ending June 30 are given below; M ji pa
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2 l 1918-19| 1919-20l 1920-21l 19-1·-—  . ,,1,,
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  New testers licenses ...................... t 327 ] 340 t 276 ' Irl  Q ml
` Renewal tester’s licenses .............. l ........ l 250 t 290 l 3sti 3
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Total issued .... . ............,.._...........__, l 327 [ 590 | 566 t 53b ‘,  of
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m` i  Pernnts; Cream stations are constantly elianeine opera- L l  
img   tors and many new stations are opened each year with new and l  
lot  Z, inexperienced operators in charge. It is often impossible to l  
   3 place a new operator under the supervision of one who has had i    
hm   experience and who is a. lieensed tester, So in order that a new g l ,
thc  ¢ operator may become familiar with his work and at the same ‘ Q i I l
for Q time take eharge ot a cream station, a permit is granted allow- i     , ,
_1_c-   ing the operator to buy milk or eream on the butter fat basis, , { [
1,],,  I snb_ieet to the same responsibilities as a li·ensed tester. l.’er- , J l  
  mits are issued for a period not to exceed GO days, and auto- t } l
,,,10  , niatieally expire upon the date of the examination to which the i  
F OH  P holder is notitied to appear. The tirst permit was issued March i  
FC H   28, lflltl. A total of 1165 permits had been issued to July 1,    
mist   1922 ,   i
Gm,.  t ]2'.rroii[itu/ions; 'l`ester`s Lieense Examinations are held, as i    
5, O,. _  the need arises, at the College of Agrieultnre, Lexington, the    
Owl .,  lllillliié ol? the lieatriee t‘rean1ery t`o1npany, t`in<-innati. Ohio; i  
ssp,]  · Nagar Creek Creamery Company, Louisville, Kentucky, City E l
ment   (`enstnners Company, Padueah, Kentucky, and the plants of the l i
ton  j ]`iV*lll*\‘ill<‘ Pllre Milk Company, located at Owensboro, Ken- t l r
H- in  t il\<·li_\’, and llenderson, Kentneky. Speeial examinations are Q
peri- , ¤<>1n<*tiines given at the eream station when they are deemed ad- ` l
ment Q  Yiazilile. lixaminations eonsist of a list ot written questions,
a Dre   and laboratory work in the testing ot? both milk and cream. Any i
atm?  j t>1>f‘1‘<or who fails to appear for the examination to whieh noti— .
j1‘i1Ni‘   llttl iN not allowed to eontinne the operation of his Crcalll SUI- i ·
eH!`l}'   lm'], Unless a reason for his absenee, satisfaetory to tl1iS d0- {
7/J A partment, is filed within Eve (5) days after the examination.  
921,,, V  ;;;]£li;?`“??`t’f ONG Out ot every seven persons examinedjflail to  
  4 ie grade necessary to obtain a Certificate of Protieieney. l ,
,./   K ( *ll`(Fl<‘##1less in preparing the samples before weighing the 1li!1<*-    
lgtl  - gmlll "lli*l'Q'<*, and improper handling of aeid are two contrib- i
336  · ;ll""Y l`t‘Pt*<>11s tor failures, Many operators seem to have had i ·
    (E‘;,£`Q"Elhiilfjiiiiiieient instruetion, and hare little or no knowledge 3   i
 i_ V (lDlCS underlying the operation of the Babeoeli test. ` '

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  1, T11e f011011*111g table gives the iiumber ef PCYSOIIS ex11111111e11. 1 Yi
  the 111111'l1)L‘l` ef f2l1.1l11‘(%S, and the pereeiitage 0f f2111U1`CS for the  1 ru
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1   periods 111111e21te11. Q W
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‘ 1 _ 1 1918-19 1 1919-20 1 1920-211 1 1921-22 4
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» 1 Number 01 persons examiiied ...... 1 390 1 409 1 331 1 168 5 11
Number of failure; ...,...................... _ 1 68 1 G9 I 48   18   111
_ I Percentage ef failures ..1..A..,,.r......,r 1 17.211 16.871 14.5   111.71  0 M
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;. _#_j?____ 4 Wn1fr p1 p?!pW_ W 1 iWvi_  g. 1·11
(}/11.111`-}`CH1` peried. 1\1z11111f211et11re1‘s ef {],'12ISS\VEl1`C are 11011* f11111111111‘ 1:  11
0 11*1111 111e high 1·eq111re111e111s ef 111e 1§(‘l11`111*1{}’ S1`2111(1&11'11. '111E11 .1 1
3 1*1101* 2l1'C 111z11<111g (*011813111] e11’01·1s 10 111:1ve 1211eir product 1110131 1111*   U1
1 S1111l<1211’(1 is S110\\'11 11}* the steady decrease 111 peree11'121;1‘e 111101*  =
E je1·1i011s.  ·_ 1*1
_ _ (v}`V(IH1(`}'_1/ and N/1111011 Z11spe1·t1`011.: The 1<(0‘11111('1{}' (r{\'(‘i111]"lT I 1**
1 1 2111(1 Tes1e1·’s Iiieeuse Lz111* makes 110 app1·0pri;1t*i011 er 0111e1‘P1`1" 0 11
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NL   vision for financing the act, beyond the fees collected for licenses   L
Hm  ;. and for the inspection of glassware. The amount of inspection l  
A__   work carried on by the Creamery License Section is, therefore, i    
N j somewhat restricted. Expenses incident to inspections are p l
" I'  necessarily heavy, due to the fact that cream stations are widely t p t
—   scattered in many sections ot the State. Of the 74 counties in ,     I {
S  l which stations are located there are 29 counties having not more i j    
3 an than one or two stations each, and about 44% of all stations p   g l
ll·Tl  _ are located in country territory, necessitating the use of hired l t § l
i_ g  couveyances to reach them. ‘ l  
lm;   ln spite of these handicaps ettective work has been accom-    
sms  Q ptished. A majority of the cream stations in Kentucky are l i
Hm _·  visited one or more times during the inspection period, which i  
MC   extends from April to November. Some stations are so located p l    
N   that the expense of reaching them is out of proportion to the    
bds  V amount of good to be derived from the inspection. No attempt    
  is made to visit such points unless a. special investigzation is l
—- -  L necc;-;sary. l`nspei·tions are intended to be educational as well t I
1.22  = HS rrl1ulat‘ory in nature and the wisdom of this policy is inani- t l
  tested in the great improvement of the work of station opera- ‘ l t
fd  ° WFS, particularly during the past two years. At the tinlc of  
   ‘ lll$llt`t‘iltlll a. complete cheek is made of the kind and QOl1LlitiOl1 i I
12   et cruzipinent used in the testing room, and the operator is rC-
»:  tlllircil to demonstrate his methods ot sampliu! and t<‘ llloalis that the average variation iu all tests mil£lC ll)` lllc l
the  j lll‘<‘l`1llor must not exceed one-half polllt.  
Eli I lll tltlditiiou to the regular work ot inspection, SDO<‘l21l lH· .   ,
 Q \'t’€ll§!?l~ll0l1S are made whenever an operator is chargetl Wiiill Vl0-   l
lll`l`Y  EN lilllll! l-llC provisions of the law, It the result of the invCStif»§i1— V
p1`tl‘   ll"ll llldicates that the opeeator is at fault he is warned ag&lillSl? _ r`
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1 it a eontinuation of sueh practises as he may have been found *
  eommitting, and is given an opportunity to make the changes  _ tr
. 1 eonsidored neeessary by this department in order that satisfae- _`  pi
-   tory work might be done. lt has been found necessary to revoke  · tr.
l   the lieenses of a few operators who failed to heed the warning  F 111
    given.  1
_     Vvlieueyer a. station is found with faulty or inadequate et1uip— __ l)t*
.` mont a notitieation is mailed to the company responsible. Satis-  _ 111
_ Z faetory eooperation has been given by most of the ereameries,  __ 111
·   and suggested ehanges or improvements have, as a rule, been  
il readily made,   1.1,
a`, The following rules and regulations govern the work of  `_ 111
  lieensed testers and of operators holding permits, and the—e re- Q-  at
1 qnirenients are strietly enforeod: 1 th
e   1. lt shall be unlawful. for any operator buying and pay- l di
  ing for milk or eream on the basis of the amount of butter fait   gi
l   eontained therein to under~read, over-read, or otherwise l`rau·l~  · th
  ., nlently manipulate the ljabeoek test. for butter fat, or to i'alsil`)’  _° 111
I A l the reeord thereof. A ra
1 2. it shall be unlawful to read the test at any teniperalute j 111
V exeept. the eorreet temperature, whieh is 135 to llt) hall surround. the entire length of the lat _‘  111
i l _ eolunin in the ne:·k of the test bottle, and the test shall renniili   i1_
in the bath. not less than three minutes in warm weather, nor I pt
  , 1 less than liye minutes in eold weather, befoie being re.1l· _;  ol
Q lowing day, when they may be emptied. At any eretnn station  _. tl
  not operated daily the eream samples 1nay be emptied at the ` ol
i elose of the buying day. Samples obtained on Saturday Nb'},   lit
E also be emptied at the elose of that day.   **1
1 4. lt is further provided that if, at the elose ot any testinf   w
i day, any held-over eream is on hand, the 8111011111) of butter tilt  1 l"
  » eontained therein shall be determined by weight and test, and *1  ji hl
  _, reeord thereof entered on the next daily report sheet.  . SH
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mt  Y 5. 1t is further provided that the transfer of 1nilk or cream ll '
gg;  p- from sample jar to test bottle shall be made by means of a i    
it;- _.  pipette, after the sample has been thoroly mint, and that sueli » y L
»1;e   transter shall not be made by pouring sueh milk or eream from y l
ng   the sample jar or any other reeeptaele into the test bottle.   y    
 g 6. lt is further provided that in warming samples ot eream i   I
ip-   betiore weighing ont the nine-gram eharge, the temperature ot V ’ l    
;iS·  2 the water used for the purpose of warming sueh samples site/I V     l
es,   not (~.»·¤·ee(I 110 degrees 1t'(/]I}`(’ll]l0I·{. ' l Q   l
l0l1 ‘  ]i[rri·/ .\'/1[ppers; As has been stated. approximately Gt) per   i
 i eent of the eream sold in Kentucky is shipt direet from pro- l l
of  ,j dneer to ereamery. The eream is sampled, tested and paid tor   {
re-   at the reeeiving plant. (`onsiderable work has been done by i   t
  this depaiitment in securing saniples from eans being shipt . `    
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 , V l`illl¥`lllg‘ l.l'Ulll seven points low to live and a. halt points high l l
irc   have oeenrretl. Seventy per ('Ullt (70%) of lll€ <‘*lllS» “`l""l l  
`l‘*‘* ; Silllltllwtl and tested at the ereainery, averaged 1.823 points loiver ,  
he  T than our tests, but when an allowanee is made tor several ab-
llll r'  llt>l'lll¤il tests, a. l'airer and more general average is found to be y
lllll ’  l.2?3 points. On the other hand, 21% of the eans averaged 2.28 l
W"`   l">llllHlll;‘l1(‘t‘ than the tests of the departinent. and 9% <·lie4·lllt‘ll  
inf  ; llllll llll‘(‘trl‘—sl1ipt, ereant with the idea, oil Cllllllllillilllg lllC (‘tlll$€‘$ { l l l
tal   l"`*llt>ll*lllle tor inaeeuraeies_ the grea.test single t‘tlllll'lllllllll§! ' ` l
tl il   l`*l"ltll` of whieh is believe;] to he hasty, and 1l1C1‘<*l` _
Z of producers to the necessity for care and cleanliness in the { Cr
¤ { handling of cream. Cream grading demonstrations were held  
. `{ at central points in eighteen of the more important cream pro- 5 ni
during counties; and the station operators convenient to these  
. · points were instructed to appear. Field—men from most of the  gr xl
.   creameries operating in the several territories were also present. iA·,
. ( A specialist in dairy manufacturing from the Extension Divis- i
_ l ion ot the lixperiment Station rendered valnahle assistance and  L `
  cont‘ril.nitele" discus- ttl
3 sion of the care and handling of milk and cream on the farm  Q W
· 4 and at the cieam station, (it) actual grading of cream re.·eivcnS   ll]
·   were held. Much interest and enthusiasm were manifested at  {
‘ . these meetings and most of them were well attended. llefote   lll]
heing taught how to grade, station operators received and paid # ltl
  ( the same price for all classes of cream, whether it was liF#l · m
j V grade, second grade or actually untit. for human consumption. "‘
"   A dift'erential of three cents more for tirst grade cream is llttlli  · lr
  Qi heing paid atr most stations where strict. grading is practist, and , °|_l
t this has intluenced the producer to strive for a higher dnalit)'  _ ll
§ product. As evidence of the improvement that has taken pl2l<‘<‘ _, lll
  sinee the grading program was introduced, {ignres from oH·‘   Nl
  creamery, covering a. four-month period beginning at the time  ` ll
  of the tirst demonstration, show a decrease in second grade  .
i cream of 35%. Statements from other ereameries indicate that   ln
3 ~ the improvement. in quality is general tin-aont those sectietn  Y  
i ie`, where demonstrations were held, ° 
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11 ‘-  · Figures taken frem statistms1pnbl1sl1ed by the United States 1  
S0  ~ lkepartineiit of A;xr1enltnre 111(11CEl~'[€ the steady growtli of the   1
L  . dairy industry in Kentucky. 1 `
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111  . 1 1918 1 1919 1 1920 1 1921 , , 1 1 1
11  z »—e eee— eWe 1—— e   »ee—»——e21e   1   1  
10  . Creainery butter inanu- 1   1 1 , ¥ 1  
id  1 factured ..................».....,. 1 2.898,0001 5.321,0001 7,875,0001 10,746,000 , 1 1
0- f Increase over p1·eeed— 1 1 1 1  
QC L ing year, per cent ,,._...... 1 ..................,. 1 83.61 48.01 36.4 1 1
10  1 Nik cows (Jun. 11 ..........., 1 435,0001 452,0001 457,0001 525.000 1 1
11   Inerease ever preced- 1     1 `   1
‘   mg year, per cent; ..._..,,   ,......_..1,..1...,. 1 3.91 1.11 14.88 1    
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111     1 1
11   1.1111 aheve ngiires show that the 1ll('1`O2lS(‘nt.tei· tat, 50111 11111011 of its ])1`O(1ll<'1 111  
IS  — the 1.01111 ot sour ereain. 1 1
1,1  i '1`110 il(‘(‘()lll1}2ll1}'1l]Q" map (Fig, 1) gives a general 1111.*21 011 , 1
,.0 1*  there >·1·¤ti11iis where mill; er 1·r1·an1 ia l11111g·11t 1111 the 111|1'1<‘1' 1
111 11  1111 13121818: 1)ll1 tl10 1:11111110r of stations i11 illly (‘0l1ll1}' is 11_\' 110 1
N1   1111*1111s 11l(11t'&l1l\`C of the yeliiine of tlairy 1)l'()(1lll‘1`N s01<1 lll 111211 1 · `
m_ 1.· *’1’11111_\'. Mneli 01* the 1QO1']‘ll()l'}' 2ll1_12l('Cl]i' to cities is 1·0\‘01‘011 hy  
M  E 11`11*‘1< 1‘<11110<; while iii other 10;-alities a large llll1II11k‘1' 011 PFU- i 1
111   ‘11111'<`l`$ #11111 tlireet to the ereaineries. AS a. result <‘l'l‘2l11l $121- 1
1\· _ 11011* HP0 110t ninnerona in siieh tei·i·itr1ry, even tho ])l‘<1<1l1t‘1'10l1 1 1
110  ‘ lll21}' he large. The ]1il’(‘(]llCll(‘}' with whieh ereani stations 1>.‘1*lll'   1
up ,  HWY- 1"*“'<`\'<‘1‘, 110 115011 as a guide in priinting mit those Nt‘§‘11(111N 1 1
110   1111010 <1C\'t’1(1])lll(}ll`1` of tl1e 11airy intlustry is greatest.  
do  _ T11<‘|'f‘ i1l’(‘ yet C(1ll111l1‘S in Kentucky that ()131l(’l' S]J1<‘ll<11(-1 011- 1 Q `
1211   1*"1,'11l1l1110s for (leyel01>m0iit_ Some (‘l'(‘2lllll’l’lO1< 21l‘0 2l1l'<‘2\<1y 110- · 1 ,
,11;  11 H1? 1.‘*l`<’<‘<1 10 seek new 1-reain 11l`()(lll('lllrQ‘ territory in <1r11er that ·
  \·11111m*` HWY 110 S11$12l1l1(‘(1. The United States eensus 011 111111 _ 1`
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I ,1 gives the production, stile and value ot dairy products 1n ken- .
  tueky, by counties. The Iigures are ztvziihilile to anyone inter- »
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I innny counties, while the sale of butter or butter fait is relatively  I- 3,
E ; small. lt is believed thnt, creaiineryuien will {ind it protitnble   H
it to investigznte the possibilities of such counties us Adair, Allen,  I B
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  Report 0f Creamery License Section 13 I
Y- { (As of January 1, 1923.) I  
ES I  Name Address Product    
- A1·111o111- Creameries .................... Louisville ......,.....r.,_ Butter I I
ll J Aglilainl Sanitary Milk C0 ......... Ashland ................... Milk and butter I I
IY  Q 11111;; Valley Creamery C0 ......... Louisville ................ Butter 1 I ‘ .
Ie L  H_ 1}. Bosse & Sons .................... Latonia .............,...».. Milk and butter I I I I I
ii, Y  Brown Ice Cream Co. .....»............ Bowling Green ....... Ice cream I I I I I
\._  = Butler Creamery Co. .................. Butler ....................,.. Milk ‘ ¤ I  
I1-  _ Camizbellsville Ice & Ice   I I
Cronin Co ...............4.................. Canipbellsville .,..._,, Ice cream I Q I
I" City Consumers Co. ..............,... Paducah ,................i. Milk, butter and lee I I I
I  cream I  
 I Coleman Ice Cream Co ............. Hopkinsville ....__.,.., Ice cream I
 ‘¥· Cuscadens Ice Cream Co. ........ Louisville ....._....,...__ Ice cream   I
 I Dawson Springs Ice Cream C0. Dawson Springs __,. Ice cream    
 ·1_ Dixie Ice Cream Co. _______.........._ Lexington ,...__.,..,,___ Ice cream ,    
  Edgewood Dairy Co ...,._.............. Paducah .......i,..,...... Milk and butter ’ I I
 · Elizabethtown Ice & Ice I  
  Cream Co. ................................ Elizabe·tht·own ........ Ice cream I  
  EV21HS\’ille Pure Milk Co ........... Owensboro .............. Milk and ice cream ` `
  ll H. Ewing`s Sons ...................... Louisville _..,,,.......... Milk, butter and ice I I
 Z; cream I I
 _ FHFINGPS Dairy Co ...........1...,,.,...... Niqeliolasville ,......... Milk I  
 ` TIIG Feldman Milk & Cream CO.NQ\V1)O1`t __________,...__... Milk and butter ` I
j FI`0Zlll7lll`€ Co. .....,........_________.._,__, Louisville ___.__.,........ Ice cream _ f
E GI‘2l1‘-Von Allmen Sanitary I
_` Milk Co. ........,.,....__.___.._____,____,__,_ Louisville _______,__,_.._. Milk, Ibutter and ice
l-  cream I
I HB Milli C0. ...........__..._.._____....__,, F1·;1111;,fo1¤t _________....... Milk and butter
 ~ Kentucky and Indiana _ `
  DHIVIGS C0. ................_______,___, ,___L0uiSvil1e __________,._... Milk and butter I '  
 E LN LMVIS, IHC- l........................... Louisville i............,.. ICG Creillll I
I E· K Mick Creamery Co ,___.____ Louisville ______.......... Milk and butter  
 ? Mujm Ice Cream Co .........,...