Bullocks pull a plough through tussock country on the banks of the Manawatū River. As bullocks were stronger than horses, they were used for breaking in new farmland – often areas that were rough, or had never been ploughed before.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Whanganui Regional Museum
Photograph by T. H. Whetton
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