National Geographic : 1934 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE NO MODERN MACHINE METHODS MENACE THIS FARMER WITH A SURPLUS CROP! The peon holds his crude plow in one hand, and wields his ox goad with the other, on a farm between Lake Chapala and Guadalajara. Many large haciendas use tractors, steam plows, and other modern implements. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by L. Perez Parra THIS COW'S HIND LEGS ARE TIED TOGETHER SO SHE CAN'T KICK THE MILKER, WHO IS ON THE "WRONG" SIDE! Wild range cattle are descended from Spanish cattle imported generations ago. This dairy herd is half breed, obtained by crossing range cows with bulls from the United States.