School: Nart (roll number 11660)

Nart, Co. Monaghan
Mrs Mc Adoo
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0952, Page 147

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  1. Names of Cows common in this District;-
    White Head, Moilee,
    When driving cows into a field the words "How or How in" are used, when driving out "How out."
    The cowhouse is known as the byre.
    There are two different kinds of byres.
    One with a single row of cows and the other with two. In the latter the animals face different walls with a passage about three feet wide between the two rows.
    Each cow is fastened with a chain which is placed around her
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    Mr George Mc Adoo
    Lisnaveane, Co. Monaghan