Nearly every farmer feeds cows on his farm. These cows supply him with milk which is most nutritious for the body. Milk is a perfect food and from it we get cream, butter and cheese. When the milk is taken from the cows it is set in pans. When it is a day set, the cream rises to the top of the milk. This cream is skimmed off, and put into a crock for churning.
We have a churn at home. It is a dash-churn. It is about nine inches at the bottom and a foot and a half at the top. The sides are round. The different parts are the hot, the dash and the joggler.
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- Mary Clarke