1889 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
was the best and only practical substitute for the mothers, and showed that if as great energy were bestowed upon improving the quality of it, by overseeing its source and its can after milking, as has been given to the manufacture of various chemical foods, great improvement in infant feed¬ ing would result. Dr. J. A. Jeffries, of Massachusetts, com¬ mended Dr. Brush's paper, and advocated steriliz¬ ing, when the milk cannot be obtained perfectly fresh. Dr. Christopher, of Ohio, commended the
more » ... oints made by the doctor on the management of dairies. In Cincinnati he had seen some deplora¬ ble instances in the manner of caring for milch cows.
doi:10.1001/jama.1889.04440040025009 fatcat:rlf6djwkdjcydesoy5yz4qmn44