Class B. — 4 1/2 to 5 years

Name of Cow

Age

Lb. Milk

Lb.

Butter Fat

Per Cent

Butter

Fat

Yr.

Mo.

Missy of the Glen 18390, Adv. R. 936

4

7

14,591.70

954.76

6.54

Imp. Itchen Daisy 3d 15630, Adv. R. 100, Re-entry........

4

7

13,636.80

714.10

5.24

Standard's Morning Glory 12801, Adv. R. 358 ..........

4

11

12,917.00

714.01

5.53

Penthesilia 17625, Adv. R. 550, Re-

4

11

12,723.70

658.39

5.17

Imp. Primrose of the Prevosts II. 22706, Adv. R. 938........

4

6

9,266.01

639.21

6.90

Class C. — 4 to 4 1/2 years

Honor Bright F. 17524, Adv. R. 875 .

4

0

12,674.00

694.64

5.48

Yeksarose 16610, Adv. R. 472, Re-entry

4

2

11,710.40

678.16

5.79

Yeksa Lind 14275, Adv. R. 377 . .

4

2

11,930.90

650.56

5.45

Portia of Maplehurst 10071, Adv. R. 22

4

1

11,622.65

602.37

5.18

Spotswood Daisy Pearl 17696, Adv. R. 790...........

4

5

11,570.71

572.67

4.95

Class D. — 3 1/2 to 4 years

Dolly Dimple 19144, Adv. R. 628, Re-

3

9

18,458.80

906.89

4.91

Robiline 2d 16117, Adv. R. 602 . .

3

10

11,761.00

603.59

5.13

Countess Fantine 14730, Adv. R. 344, Re-entry.........

3

11

11,363.00

582.33

5.13

Miranda of Mapleton 19606, Adv. R. 914...........

3

6

10,342.52

565.97

5.47

Lavender of the Glen 18391, Adv. R. 886...........

3

10

10,203.90

559.41

5.48

Class E. — 3 to 3 1/2 years

Dairymaid of Pinehurst 24656, Adv. R. 843, Re-entry.......

8

1

14,562.40

860.26

5.91

Dolly Bloom 12770, Adv. R. 40, Re-

3

5

12,674.83

623.94

4.92

Emma McPeake 19995, Adv. R. 1074

3

3

9,451.90

604.96

6.40

Modena 11779, Adv. R. 67 . . . .

3

5

10,628.77

580.32

5.46

Imp. Beatrice of the Isles 16005, Adv. R. 310 ..........

3

4

8,975.66

518.52

5.78

Class F. — 2 1/2 to 3 years

Name of Cow

Age

Lb. Milk

Lb.

Butter

Fat

Per Cent

Butter

Fat

Yr.

Mo.

Yeksarose 16610, Adv. R. 472 .. .

2

7

11,275.50

638.49

5.66

Lily of Helendale 16915, Adv. R. 537 .

2

9

11,401.00

600.49

5.27

Florham Pride 20153, Adv. R. 932

2

10

10,860.60

591.85

5.45

Sister Sue of Mossgiel 17480, Adv. R. 270...........

2

7

10,622.26

582.37

5.48

Rigolette 16611, Adv. R. 483 . . .

2

7

11,622.30

548.25

4.71

Class G. — 2 to 2 1/2 years

Glenanaar of the Glen 23619, Adv. R. 1060...........

2

1

12,229.90

775.94

6.34

Dolly Dimple 19144, Adv. R. 628 . .

2

2

14,009.13

703.36

5.02

Langwater Princess 22138, Adv.R.1044

2

4

12,280.50

651.19

5.30

Marion of the Glen 21201, Adv. R. 885

2

2

11,281.90

617.65

5.47

Langwater Dolly Bloom 22136, Adv. R. 973...........

2

3

10,381.00

594.81

5.73

Jersey records.

The regulations of the American Jersey Cattle Club governing "authenticated fat tests" are as follows:Seven, fourteen, and thirty days' tests. - (l) In the case of tests for seven, fourteen or thirty days, the Babcock method must be applied to a sample of the milk of every milking during the test, and the milk of every milking must be weighed.

No record will be accepted of a test of less than twelve pounds of butter-fat in seven consecutive days.

No record will be accepted of a test for a period of ninety consecutive days or any shorter period down to seven days unless the butter-fat amounts, on the average, to one and seven-tenths pounds per day.

Year's tests. - (2) Year's tests must be authenticated by applying the Babcock test to a sample of the milk of every milking during two consecutive days in each month.

If a test for the period of one year is commenced the day the cow is two years old, or previous to that day, she must produce, within one year from the date the test begins, 250.5 pounds butterJERSEY RECORDS fat. For each day the cow is over two years old at the beginning of her year's test, the amount of butter-fat she must produce in the year is fixed by adding 0.1 (one-tenth) of a pound for each such day to the 250.5 pounds required when two years old. This ratio of increase applies until the cow is five years old at the beginning of her test, when the required amount will have reached 360 pounds, which will be the amount of butter-fat required of all cows five years old or over. These standards are based upon one complete year's record from the time of beginning, regardless of any time which may be lost by being dry or calving during that period.

The production of butter-fat for each month is to be estimated from the results obtained by the official application of the Babcock test. The milk of every milking during the continuance of a test must be weighed, and, in reporting the test to the Club, must be set forth in detail and certified to on a form provided for the purpose.

"Authenticated milk tests" of the American Jersey Cattle Club are as follows, (authentication consists of a check by the tester for two successive days per month, on which days he shall weigh the milk of every milking and report the same to the Club. Such milk yields as meet any of the following requirements may be received and published as authenticated milk yields): —

If a test for the period of one year is commenced the day the cow is two years old, or previous to that day, she must produce within one year from the date the test begins 6,000 pounds of milk. For each day the cow is over two years old at the beginning of her year's test, the amount of milk she must produce in the year is fixed by adding 3.65 pounds for each such day to the 6,000 pounds required when two years old. This ratio of increase applies until the cow is five years old at the beginning of her test, when the required amount will have reached 10,000 pounds, which will be the amount of milk required of all cows five years old or over. These standards are based upon one complete year's record from the time of beginning, regardless of any time which may be lost by being dry or calving during that period.

A cow meeting the requirements as to year's milk yield as stated above is eligible to the Register of Merit.

Highest Jersey Records made to January 31, 1911

Confirmed butter tests Churned Butter. —