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C. C. Vroman
Biography: C. C. Vroman’s creamery, located a little north of Rodman village, is fitted up with the De Laval centrifugal cream separators. The cylinders are capable of churning 300 pounds of butter at one time. During the season the number of pounds of milk averages about 1,840,000, and the number of pounds of butter made therefrom about 80,000, valued at $16,800. The West Rodman cheese factory was built by A. R. Heath in 1870. It has the milk of 450 cows, aggregating about 1,2000,000 pounds annually. From this milk is made 120,000 pounds of cheese and 15,000 pounds of butter, the united value of which is about $13,000.