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Buffaloes For Ploughing

Malaya, 1953 (MIFF 1954, Peoples And Places)

To help the farmer cultivate more land and so feed a bigger population, buffaloes are used to pull the ploughs. This film illustrates the training of young buffaloes for this purpose.

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