Official Army Papier Mâché Cow for Milking Demonstrations

This photo from 1944 shows a papier-mâché cow owned by the Women’s Land Army, a women’s auxiliary organization in Australia (and other Commonwealth nations) during World War II. Mrs. Mellor, an officer in that organization, is securing the cow to her car. She’s taking it to an experimental farm outside of Victoria where it would be used to train people how to milk a cow.

-via Modern Farmer

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