School: Cill Cruim / Killocrim (roll number 17072)

Location:
Killacrim, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Micheál Óg Ó Catháin

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The Care of our Farm Animals

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0407D, Page 09_007

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The following are the animals we have at home.
Cows
hens
ducks
donkey
turkeys
pony
Some people have names in their cows: Kitty, Kerry, Tut, Polly, Daisy. Some cows are tied by the necks. They are tied with chains. They do not make the tienes lockby. The cows house is made of tin and it is called a stall. These are the colls for animals, coll, coll for cows, suck, suck for calves; tuck , tuck for hens; chick chick for chickens; wat wat for pigs. If you had some of your own eggs

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Collector
S. Ní Shúilleabháin
Gender
female
Informant
Micheal O' Sullivan
Gender
male
Address
Killacrim, Co. Kerry
Language
English