Cocksfoot grass seed was grown on Banks Peninsula to help develop North Island grassland farms between the 1890s and early 1900s. This bullock-drawn wagon, laden with sacks of seed, is on its way to the Little River railway station south of Banks Peninsula.
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Reference: CP 4637
Photograph by W. H. Montgomery
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