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Ranche and range. (North Yakima, Wash.) 1897-1902, May 22, 1902, Image 1

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I 1 w AND RANIS&wJ^' n
A Journal^f^i^iiaii^^ West
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Elfhteeath Year
That "Discy" Flavor.
Our onoe upon h timo would-be competitor, the old "Bight Now" fakir, whose advertising game is the new beginner
and the inexperienced creameryman, is now worrying about the "discy flavor" in Do Laval butler, which evidently holps to
make it the host in the world, and to invariably score highest in every representative butter contest.
There is no mystery about the source of the superiority of De Laval made butter to those who understand tlio use and
operation of eveani separators. The separator does not make 1 the butter, and most of course depends upon the buttermaker,
Imt all other conditions being equal it does go a long way toward tlie net result.
To begin with the De Laval machine permits of thorough separation at a lower temperature than is otherwise possible,
avoiding the difficulties of heating, and also enables the running of a fairly heavy cream which churns out more evenly,
quickly and thoroughly. Then the speed in proportion to size of "howl is much less than is necessary to secure anything like
as thorough separation in nnv '"hollow Imay!* 1 machine, and the cream is thrown from the bowl with less force, avoiding the
partial churning from concussion in this way that is certain to cause uneven results in after churning. At the same 1 time
the disc construction of the De Laval bowl is such that it removes and holds within the bowl a far greater percentage of dirt,
fibrous matters and bacterial germs that would otherwise largely be discharged with the cream. And as for cleanliness, every
one familiar with separators knows that the disc bowl is the only one now made which is thoroughly and completely cleanable,
with no nooks, corners or crevices that are virtually unreachable.
These are elements which, in conjunction with good making, help to give De Laval butter that superiority in grain,
texture, solidity, flavor and keeping qualities which puts it in a class by itself—universally recognized in every butter
making and butter consuming country in the world.
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