A Short History of Farming in New Zealand - Gordon McLauchlan
Gordon McLauchlan continues his bestselling Short History series with an in-depth look into the history of the farming industry in New Zealand.
From the early migrant farmers and regional produce trading, to the revolution of refrigeration – opening up global opportunities for our fast-growing export markets in wool, produce and more, McLauchlan covers the development of our country’s farming culture in this accessible and informative read.
– Details the farming culture and methods of early Polynesian and Maori settlers.
– European farmers adjusting to the temperate zone crops and wildlife of New Zealand.
– The birth and development of regional trade industries in rural areas.
– Refrigeration and exporting to the British and European markets.
– The development of leading global trade exports in wool, dairy products, Kiwifruit and more.