In 1898, Mr Joshua Carter was reputed to have cut the first crop on the Grass Patch farm. It only yielded 5 to 6 cwt to the acre without fertilizer being used. The sheath carrier was too heavy for the horses. The holding consisted of 340 acres of CP land and 200 acres freehold on blocks no 10,12,14,16,and 17.



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