School: Béal Átha Feorainne (C.) (roll number 15653)

Ballyforan, Co. Roscommon
Áine Bean Uí Chuillin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0271C, Page 17_011

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  1. Churning.
    The churn which I have at home is a machine one. It contains a dash, a lid, and key and handle there is a glass in the lid to to see when the milk is churned. We milk the cows every morning and evening then we strain it into a clean baisn and it is left until evening and it is skimmed into another baisn and left for a few days in summer and a week in winter. Then it is churned and the butter is taken out and rinsed well until the butter-milk is well rinsed out of the butter, it is made into
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    1. activities
      1. economic activities
        1. agriculture (~2,659)
          1. butter and churns (~3,280)
    Bridie Kennedy
    Torpan More, Co. Roscommon