Meacan-Dá-Abhann or Wild Parsnip
This plant grows only where two streams meet - hence the name. People gather it and boil it as a cure for Mange in sheep. But it is poison if taken by cows. A farmer in this parish once lost six cows with it. A flood swept the Meacan into his field where the cows grazed and the cows eat it and died. Another man lost one cow with it.