Alvin Ferre

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Alvin Ferre  - Milk Industry Here Worth $13 Million By JOHN M....
Milk Industry Here Worth $13 Million By JOHN M. YOUNG u jv -11 i_ j i i uLcJii uveaiocK I handing nulk by-products He ino nroam rtmvHarad mill- ! T v/^,«uv With the approach of winter, i as ice cream, powdered milk producers in Northern' cottage cheese and ice milk, i Utah will have more time to de-; The center keeps records vote to their dairy operations,!dairy farms installing newi g-jequipment. Itation, nervousness said today is important for larger, 1 The milk section chief pointed I more efficient and more TMH gains, out that with the completion O f; c h a m z e d operations are neces-! S ore the harvesting of other cropsIsary to make a profit in farmorc ran cronH mnr~ firna I j.,:.... i : ,,. '. ing this the harvesting of other crops!;. farmers can spend more time dairy business. r^i»l4 1 inrf /·*1«inii-»«-r ifd-Mil 'i + ivifr _ _ ----------- ° and heating their facilities. 'HONOR ROLL' It is through healthy animals i ·*·"·"· "· i " c "^v-n-ota w. wjcaun-i and clean farm and processing' ness an ^ the health of animals.! ~plants that Weber County's $13! In 1963 the re were 33 of these j piams inai weuer ^ouniy s ;i.,3 *«"·.., i,ii^ tc vr^ l c "j -i uicac:iuoo_a mDlion retail-milk industry con-jcowyards installed. The tinues on the U.S. Public· center has been encouraging! di on the Health Services "Honor Roll." ; their use. grub attack !27,000 about one-i LOAFING STALLS \ "Possibly the greatest thing 1 TT · · · ' · · - · - - Utah W as used J the farm to e^WMhedal^Ss^ where it was produced, accord- the indjv [ dual ]oafing sta ii/ for , Sai^SS ^Sftu7e U - S -| th ? 1I3co w s -" Mr. Ferre explains.! lK?2,about g 6 per cent of! tJS^T Pg ? the milk was used on the farm i Sines" a!d where it was produced; one per beddinTfnd other rast^' g ft oonf w,-ac. enW aq f arrn t;enaratpr) TT g · , , otner casts. .the feed lots. 93 be? ceSt was 1 He - S 1L d about , 35 P roducers ' "Treat w per cent was, p u t ln these stallg so f a r County continues to^r T here W ,f re 44 installed i ^- and process more and : ^ijl? y flo the y were more milk each vear i inT : 9b .t. antl 42 ,. 1 " 19 .;, i to control cattle «ut aTMr Ferrp PvnlainJ , If ^ hl . s quallty mi! . k w e r e other fewer and larger operators a r e ^ - H ln .l u f rt -. contai ners side A · "V side it would stretch from iOgden through San Diego,;able milk. As an example, producers of! Grade "A" milk being inspected! at least once a month by Mr. i Ferre's department were num-j bered as follows: | In 1957 there were 498 producers; producers; in 1960, 388: in 1963, 325, and this year, 309 producers. producers. EXCHANGE AGREEMENT The health center has an exchange exchange agreement with Logan and Salt Lake City where they accept the local department's inspection of dairies shipping into their areas. At the same time, the health center accepts their inspection of those dairies, shipping milk to Weber County for processing. Mr. Ferre said in addition to checking the Grad "A" m i l k producers each month, his department department also checks about 36 frozen dessert establishments in the county. These include busi n e s s e s Calif., and into Mexico. '65 Comet from Cape Horn

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 23 Oct 1964, Fri,
  3. Page 21

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