National Geographic : 1940 May
TARTAN TINTS NEW SCOTLAND THE NOSE OF TIE OX IS "RUDDER" FOR THIS RIG A cheerful Cape Breton farmer steers the beast with tugs on a nose ring instead of on a bit in its mouth. The heavy wooden yoke is attached by chains to the pole shafts of the hay rake. MOTORISTS! BEWARE OF JAYWALKING COWS Up to her neck in tansy, a Holstein bossy grazes by the roadside. Dairying and stock raising are important industries in Nova Scotia; butter and cheese are exported to England.