The Grasslands Revolution in New Zealand by P.W. Smallfield


New Zealand has been a leader in grassland farming techniques since before the Second World War.  How this came about is an important part of the story of New Zealand.

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New methods of bringing in scrubland or rundown pastures were so successful that they have spread to many other lands, Employment of machines on a massive scale, the selection of pasture seeds, revolutionary ways of applying fertiliser, the efficient use of grass as stock feed have combined to bring about a spectacular increase in cattle and sheep production.

This is a second hand book.

Very good condition

Hardback – 1970
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, Auckland

Number of pages: 151 with Black and white photographs


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