Business: Contented Champion

There are two ways of measuring a cow's production: by actual amount of milk given or by the milk's butterfat content. World records for total milk production and total butterfat production have always been held by different cows. Last week a purebred Holstein on Carnation Co.'s experimental dairy farm near Seattle finished a year's test which set new world records in both classifications. The cow: Carnation Ormsby Butter King, known to her attendant as Daisy. In 365 days Daisy produced 38,606.6 Ib. of milk and 1,420 Ib. of butterfat. That was equal to...

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