Lynley Wilson with her pet lamb, Tuppence, and one of her grandfathers sheepdogs on the grounds of ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square. Lynley went on stage with the pets at the Children's...
The Dean of Christchurch, the Very Rev M. L. Underhill, with Lynley Wilson and her pet lamb Tuppence on stage at the Children's Christmas Service at ChristChurch Cathedral. In the background is Lynley...
Views of Peter Hill and his son at their home at 49 Aymes Road in Hornby, with a newborn calf called Jenny which Peter delivered at a city abattoir.
Views of Peter Hill outside his home at 49 Aymes Road in Hornby, with a newborn calf called Jenny which he delivered at a city abattoir. Frames two to four show Jenny the calf with Peter's pet dog...
Views of twin calves, one a Friesian-Ayrshire and the other a Frisian-Hereford born on the farm of Mr Bill Dalley in Oxford.
Views of Peter Hill outside his home at 49 Aymes Road in Hornby, with a newborn calf called Jenny which he delivered at a city abattoir.
A chicken on the fencing outside South New Brighton School after making the school its home at 160 Estuary Road, South New Brighton.
View across to cows grazing in a paddock between Halswell and Westmorland.
Craig Thornley, 3, with a goat at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Gemma Oliver, 3, with Chloe, her jersey calf, at the grand parade in the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Leanne Chappell and prize winning limousin, Mitchfield Sally, with one of her four calves at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Julia Foster and Meagan Haig with piglets at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Southbridge Topaz and other goats in a parade at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
View from the hills behind Redcliffs across the Estuary towards Southshore and South New Brighton. Clifton and Moncks Bay are visible to the right with sheep grazing on the hill in the foreground.
View of the Murray Thacker Bullock team helping to launch a boat at Little Okains Bay on the Banks Peninsula.
View of a bullock team pulling farm equipment at Le Bons Bay on the Banks Peninsula.
View of the Murray Thacker bullock team on the Banks Peninsula, near Okains Bay.
Two people with Kuni Kuni pigs, and piglets, a breed which originates from China, at the Kenyon household on Hills Road.
View of the Murray Thacker bullock team during a parade being watched by a crowd. The team is turning from Armagh Street onto Colombo Street, with Victoria Street, looking North, behind.
The Murray Thacker bullock team travelling through Cathedral Square with ChristChurch Cathedral in the background.
View of a farmer and children alongside a bullock team used for moving farm equipment on the Banks Peninsula.
Kenyon family members at their home on Hills Road with two of the children holding lambs. Pictured are, from left, Frank Kenyon, Debbie Kenyon, Michael Kenyon (baby), Joanne Kenyon and Keith Kenyon.