School: An Churrach (Crogh), Árd Fhionáin (roll number 7911)

Curragh, Co. Tipperary
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to always have a little piece of bread in their pockets in case they came on any of these spots.

Tethering Goats: Spancelling: Lainers
Some just tie the goat to a stake and allow her a certain distance to graze.
Some put a spancel on the two fore legs and one on the 2 hind legs as well.
Others spancel a fore to a hind leg. some spancel crossways. All this spancelling is called taging around here. Some tie two goats together: A handle of a bucket bent into a circle is put round each goats neck with a chain or cord between.


Uirlisí an gabhann.
Inneoin, Na Builg, Casúr, Tairgrí, Teanncair, Pricit, Greamaire, Baraidhe, Batún, Bosca na Úirlisí.

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