56 Dairy Farm Company – do the small concrete dams built in the 1930s still exist?
Our recently posted article Dairy Farm Company employees – a compilation, features Peter C. Jackson. His son Nick Jackson contributed information about his father and several images.
This includes the following, “Have the dams in the hills survived? At some stage my father – who had started in about 1933 – had arranged for simple small concrete dams to be built in gullies in the hills to capture rain water – presumably to serve as a source of water for grazing cattle? I know he would sometimes picnic up there with friends & colleagues.
Might these pools still exist or is the concrete long-perished?”
Can anyone provide information (and/or an image) about these dams and evidence that they might still exist?
If so, please send it into the website.
This article was first posted on 5th May 2022.
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