The Goose, Birds and Beasts in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Llandrinio Wales
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Title: The Goose


Should a goose lay a soft egg, a small egg, or two eggs in a day, it is a sign of misfortune to the owner of that goose.|An old woman in Llandrinio parish, Montgomeryshire, who lived in a cottage by the side of the Severn, and who possessed a breed of geese that laid eggs and hatched twice a year, when I asked her the time that geese should begin to lay, said:—| Before St. Valentine’s Day|Every good goose will lay.|and she added:—
| By St. Chad|Every good goose, and bad|St. Chad’s Day is March the 2nd|


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