A ‘CASH COW’ IDEA
In 1925, Myron’s son Burton pushed his dad to consider selling more dairy products. When met with resistance, Burton hit the road and soon proved what a ‘cash cow’ dairy plant equipment could be!
By the early 1930s, dairy plants across the mid-Atlantic were buying pasteurizers, cooling equipment, and automated washers from us.
Business kept up with change and M.G. Newell survived the Great Depression. By 1934, we were poised for more growth, the next world war, and the next generation…