|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|C. A. MANNING|
|A. MANNING was born on the farm, West 1/2 Lot 3 and East 1/2 Lot 4, First Concession, Osnabruck Township. He is forty-eight years of age. His parents were John W. Manning and Elizabeth Miller, and his wife was Annie Elizabeth Adams. He has three sons. In religion he is an Anglican and in politics a Conservative. |
Mr. Manning has an excellent farm consisting of 133 acres. It has a splendid live-stock equipment of 22 cattle, 4 horses, 21 swine and 50 fowl, while the average crop acreage for a season is 30 acres grain, 30 acres hay, 6 acres corn, 1 acre fruit, 1/2 acre potatoes, 1/4 acre vegetables.
Our subject has been farming on his own behalf for two years; he has also been a patron of the Cheese Board for this time. His daily average of milk, sent to the Wales Factory, is 200 pounds. Mr. Manning keeps a pure-bred Ayrshire bull for stock-raising purposes.
Mr. Manning's father is still living and has reached the age of eighty-five. He was born on this farm, his father having settled here one hundred and twenty years ago.
The accompanying illustrations of the fine residence and large, modern farm buildings of Mr. Manning are ample visual evidence of the success he has attained as an agriculturist and dairyman.
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