A fraud which threatens to work great injury to the dairy interests of Utah, has made its appearance. It is a churning process by which the yield of butter can be abnormally increased by incorporating a large quantity of water and casein. A report has reached the Experiment Station to the effect that the promoters of this churning process are successfully enlisting the interest of Utah farmers and are selling county rights at fabulous prices.
This bulletin is issued only as a word of warning to those who would be entrapped. It is not probable that butter made according to this process will ever secure a hold in the market; but should this butter making process be adopted, by the dairymen of the State the dairy interests of Utah would be injured to the extent of millions of dollars. Time only could efface the injury done.
Clark, R. W. and Crockett, John A., "Bulletin No. 79 - Process Butter: A Dairy Fraud" (1903). UAES Bulletins. Paper 101.