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Nora Cuddy Poulduff, Kinnitty.
Aged 14 yearsOn the green hillsides of Erin we see many cattle grazing. Among them are heifers some of which are shorthorn others, pollies which have no horns. People dishorn their cattle. They get ropes and tie up the young suck calves securely then they get some stuff like chalk called Caustic, which when it is moistened burns the hair or flesh near which it is placed. They rub this where the horns will(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.