New developments in our national life must be governed by their utility, effectiveness, and economic feasibility. The recent introduction of the tank pick-up of milk at the farm is indicating economic advantage to producers, plant operators, and indicatively to consumers.

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Born and reared on a Michigan farm, and educated in high school and junior college Mr. C. B. A. (“Bill”) Bryant promoted power farming equipment, and sold the first Fordson tractor to a farmer in the United States. Entering employment by Johnson & Johnson, he became field sales manager of their Filter Products Division, introducing the use of a cotton filter disk at the farm level. He has written, published, and lectured extensively all over the United States.