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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, October THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 7 A SPREAD BUTTER, MILK AND CREAM lass bottles ashing unit tiling spout move from cardboard conveyor line which bottles are placed in and moved nveyor for machine paper con- I tiro-quart tainers are d moved to George II machine s for the npty con- guide and pout which in. The filled containers then have a lid attached which is sealed with heat. The machine can turn out 120 creamers per minute. All the cream shipped to the dairy moves from the receiving station to the basement into large vats. It is cooled overnight and then poured into the churn by butter- maker Al Shumaker. It takes about one hour of churn- ing for the butterfat to coagulate and break free from the cream. The remaining buttermilk is returned to the fanners to be fed to hogs. The churning butter is then wash- ed in water set at 42 degrees to make it firmer. Water is then drained off. Salt to taste is worked into the butter before the churn is turned off. The butter is then scooped into a large tank to be moved in to another room to be shaped into one-pound packages. PASTEURIZATION UNIT BILL GROENEN photos GEORGE HAZUOA FILLS RESTAURANT CREAM CONTAINERS ;