Archive: Butter Making in New Liskeard

Network Shorts

The separation of milk into cream and skim milk is shown. The cream is transported to the government built creamery where it is churned after the Babcock test has been done. The butter is cut into one pound prints and put on a delivery wagon.
Aired:
Aug 25, 1989
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