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Excerpt from Eleventh Annual Report of the Illinois State Dairymen's Association: Convention at Champaign, Ill., Dec. 17-19, 1884
Years ago, when the farmers of Ohio began to turn their attention to the production of butter and cheese, there was an alarm sounded in the dairy counties of New York, and overproduction was predicted. Later, the farmers in portions of Indiana and Illinois, with high-priced lands, became convinced that competition with farmers in the state to the westward in the production of grain and meat would compel a change in the methods of farm ing; and thus the boundary of the dairy district has extended until Iowa and other states to the west are noted for the extent and quality of their dairy products.
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