Agricultural shows were important for displaying new inventions. When A. W. Reid, an engineer and dairy farmer from Stratford, developed a milking machine, he set up a display at the New Plymouth show in 1915. His device was driven by a petrol engine.
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Photograph by A. W. Reid
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