A large and fine herd of Jersey cattle filling two cars of the B. & S. R. R., have just arrived at J. K. Martin’s “Sunny Crest” farm. Apropos of which, the following from Maine Farmer: “J. K. Martin, proprietor of the Falmouth House, Portland, owns a fine herd of Jerseys, and runs a creamery for the making of butter to supply the tables of his hotel. His farm and creamery are located in Bridgton. He has recently purchased of P. J. Cogswell, Rochester, N. Y., a fine son of the noted bull Exile of St. Lambert, for use in his herd. We are always glad to note the advent of choice stock into the State.”
Taken from the Bridgton News, page 3, April 24, 1896.