School: Adamstown (roll number 3755)

Adamstown, Co. Wexford
D. Curtis

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0900, Page 048

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They are fed on turnips, hay, straw and meal.
They are milked twice a day, in the morning, and in the evening.
The house in which they are kept is called a cow house.
The cow house is cleaned out every day.
Then there is a good bed of straw put in under them to keep them clean and warm.
The cows are not kept in the house in the summer, they are put out in the fields.
They are brought home in the morning to be milked. When they are milked, the milk is sent to the creamery.
Then they are put out in the

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