Cream Raising and Butter Making. A explanation of the process of cream raising by the cold, dry air method, as employed in the Ferguson Bureau Creamery; also the concussion method of churning, whereby the butter is obtained in granular form, and is wholly freed from butter milk, by the use of the Ferguson Concussion Churn, and Improved Butter Worker.

Burlington, Vt. The Ferguson Manufacturing Co. [circa 1881].

Cord-sewn booklet (17.5 x 13 cm.), [14] pages (including. Illustrated. Date from various testimonials. Trade catalogue, advertising the bureau creamery, with testimonials, price lists, and more. An advertisement for the Automatic Milk Faucet, also sold by Ferguson, and for Wells, Richardson and Co., Perfected Butter Color. Very light edge wear, otherwise fine. [OCLC locates no copies].

Price: $90.00