Excerpt from Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture: With Returns of the Finances of the Agricultural Societies for 1881
The time is rapidly coming, in the progress of our farming, when we will look upon the present methods Of do... mestic dairying as wasteful, and an onerous tax upon the hardest worked portion Of the farmer's family.
Butter has always been a sure means Of getting cash; and this is earned by the hard labor Of the women, and Often by the sacrifice Of health. Much as this labor has been miti gated by the introduction Of improved implements, there is a great step yet to be taken in the adoption of the cream ery system of cooperative butter-making.
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