|Ref: Historypin 'Pin of the Day', 18.01.2013, Ref: 01-103/3.MD1111, Henry Thomas and family, Greytown New Zealand, 1900, Source: Wairarapa Spydus Archive, Pinned by: DairyNZ Time Capsule Project|
|Ref: Footprints 02997, Young Miriam Rodewald on her grandfather's farm, East Tamaki, South Auckland, c. 1928, Photo by kind permission of Mrs AM Ringer, South Auckland Research Centre|
Cows and the dairy industry go back to the pioneer colonial days in New Zealand and are still a very important agricultural industry in New Zealand - from backyards to farm milking sheds and factories, all the way up to industry giant Fonterra.
|Ref: B0389, Cow shed in Birkdale, North Shore, Auckland, c. 1920s, Local History Online|
|Ref: Footprints 03356, Milking shed, Totara Park, Manurewa, South Auckland, NZ Journal of Agriculture, 1952, South Auckland Research Centre|
|Ref: AWNS-19010315-7-6, Mr FL Wright's Champion Jersey Cow, Bombay, Auckland, 1901, Sir George Grey Special Collections|
|Ref: JTD-14A04450-2, Beauty the cow outside a hotel, Henderson, Waitakeres, West Auckland, 1927, Local History Online|
|Ref: AWNS-18990707-2-2, Cattle bound for Pacific Islands being loaded onto a ship at Queen St Wharf, CBD, Auckland, 1899, Sir George Grey Special Collections|