Creameries with ice-chests were as yet unheard of in the rural counties of Maine in 1866.
Accordingly, upon the next half-holiday, Scaife gave a tea at the Creameries.
In addition there are flour mills, creameries, grain elevators, and seed-houses.
Creameries and cheese factories are established at accessible points.
Skim milk from creameries is too valuable to be thrown away.
If steam is available, as it always is in creameries, cans and pails should be turned over jet for a few moments.
One form of agricultural co-operation, a lower form, has been astonishingly successful—the cheese-factories and creameries.
Some of these creameries "failed" and left the farmers to whistle for their long expected and much needed cream checks.
They deliver their milk at the creameries every day and receive credit tickets for it, which are settled once a month.
Then, when creameries were established in many places, the creamery was found a convenient place for the collection of eggs.