Number of records in editorial history: 2
senior member (history)
2019-07-18 21:20
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
and mangolds.
The hens, geese, ducks, and turkeys lay eggs every day. When they have thirteen, or fourteen eggs they hatch the eggs and bring out the young. In the house where the fowl are kept there are sticks going from one wall to another, which are called a roost. The fowl fly up there, and sleep on it. When calling the hens we say Tuk! Tuk! which means Come! Come!. When they hear that, they run because they know they have food to get. Bídh! Bídh! is said when calling the turkeys, which means food! food!
senior member (history)
2019-07-18 20:00
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
and mangolds.
The hens, geese, ducks, and turkeys lay eggs every day. When they have thirteen, or fourteen eggs they hatch the eggs and bring out the young. In the house where the fowl are kept there are sticks going from one wall to another, which are called a roost. The fowl fly up there, and sleep on it. When calling the hens we say Tuk! Tuk! which means Come! Come!. When they hear that, they run because they know they have food to get. Bia![?] Bia![?] is said when calling the turkeys, which means food! food!
Collected by-:
Sally Darcy
Rockview
Puckane.
Obtained from,
Mr. Darcy,
Rockview,
Puckane,
Nenagh
Age 55 years.