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- 3. We call our cows these names:- the Bawny Cow, the Riabhóg cow, the Kerry cow, the Headford cow.
The cowhouse is built of stone or cement and is covered with galvanised iron. The cows are tied to stakes which are stuck in the ground at the head of the byre and there is a chain stuck on to it round the cow's neck.
Horses are tied in the stable by a rope round the neck. They usually eat straw.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.