National Geographic : 1916 Mar
Photograph from J.C.Grew THE PRIDE OF NEW ZEALAND Due to its remarkable area of grazing lands and the introduction of English grasses, sheep raisingisthe great industry ofNew Zealand. Prob ably no other country on .earth of equal size approximates New Zealand's record in sheep grazing, and its principal export iswool. As the flocks grow, however, the pelts change, and today there is much less merino and much more of the coarserand long-bred wool developed for market. Th,. ltP nf Npw Zfaland's annual wnnl induction is about thirty-five million dollars.