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great god of Celts; father of Danu. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 68; Jobes, 405]


(h)da god of abundance, war, healing. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 68; Jobes, 405]
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There can't be many people who've talked pigs with Dafydd Elis-Thomas or had a conversation with Warren Gatland on the eve of a rugby international about dagging sheep.
This was exactly the attribute that attracted him, however: he wanted a hassle-free management system that would save him a pound-a-ewe on the shearing contractor, and do away with the annual drudgery of dagging and dipping.
The aim is to have ewes that lamb outside, and shed their felt-like weatherproof wool, needing no shearing, dagging, foot trimming or drenching.