Ploughing Champs Make A Straight Line At Cambridge.

The first plough went into New Zealand soil in 1820, when the Rev JG Butler walked behind a team of bullocks pulling a plough at Keri Keri. Since then things have moved on a bit. Ploughing competitions have been held for more than 100 years, and never was the competition stronger than at Cambridge on Sunday. Reporter John Watson was there…

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