News: The Clark
Republican and Press 1-28-1897
----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 1-28-1897
Fisk Lee of Granton, came down to the county seat yesterday and was a welcome caller at this office. Mr. Lee is one of the enterprising farmers of that locality. He is making a specialty of dairying. Patronizes the Granton creamery in Summer and is anxious to have the time come when the factory will run the year around. He received from the creamery last year for milk from eight cows for sever months, $195.27, an average of $24.53 per cow. His butter netted him from nine to fifteen cents per pound. This is low, but the returns are quite satisfactory. He keeps his cows warm in the winter and makes butter as well in cold weather as in summer. His herd is increasing and he will succeed.
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