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C. Corn- Assembly. a r d of Lodge; Nam ward DHIA Milk Report Boise Valley DHIA 8 with 26 herds and 963 cows reported reported an average of 41.2 pounds of butterfat for the month of August according to tester Oliver Walker. Herds through 15 rows: Wesley I. Gee, II cows milling, milling, average milk, 1478 ounds, average butterfat, 50 jounds (RH); Leonard Lesher, Lesher, 7 cows milking, average milk, 1328 pounds, average butterfat, 44 pounds, (GH). Herds 16 through 30 cows: D aul 0. Swan, 14 cows ntilk- ng, average milk, 1028 lounds, average butterfat, 4tt )cunds, (RG); William Beard, 22 cows milking, average milk, 863 pounds, average mtterfat, 44 pounds, (R- Â·G). Herds 31 through 45 cows: A. J. Eidemiller, 40 cows milking, average milk, 1265 pounds, average butterfat, -18 wunds, (RGH); Dean Jones, 31 cows milking, average 1285 pounds, average butler- tat, 46 pounds, (GH). Herds 46 cows and over: Juslamere Farm, 73 cows milking, average milk 1226 pounds, average butterfal, 43 pounds iGH); Howard Obendorf, Obendorf, 43 cows milking, average average milk, 1106 pounds, average average butterfat, 40.9 pounds, (GH). The three highest cows in the production of butterfat were: Spot, owned by Elmer Prow, which produced 93 pounds of butterfat (GJ), No. 15, owned by Don Gerdes, which produced 91 pounds of butterfat (GH), and No. owned by Juslamcre Farm, which produced 89 pounds butterfat (GH). The three highest cows in the production of milk were: No. 38, owned by James Kubosumi, w h i c h 2473 pounds of (GH), No. 78, owned by Jnstamere Farm, which produced 2396 pounds of milk (GH), and 54, omned by Noah Sevy Sons, which produced 2372 pounds of milk (GH).