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John Waelti: Cheese Days - Genesis, decline, and resurgence
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Late 19th Century, Green County, Wisconsin - Dairy farming and cheesemaking had for several decades replaced wheat farming. Emmentaler (Swiss) and Limburger were the major varieties produced. Northern Green County had been settled by Swiss immigrants, primarily from Canton Glarus.

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