The Grihya Sutras, Part 1 (SBE29), by Hermann Oldenberg, , at sacred-texts.com
1 1. 'May the noisy (goddesses) keep you away from slaughtering hosts. May the entire share, O cows, that belongs to this lord of cows, suffer no harm among you(and)
'May Pûshan go after our cows' (Rig-veda VI, 54, 5)this he shall speak over the cows when they go away (to their pasture-grounds).
2. 'May Pûshan hold' (Rig-veda VI, 54, 10), when they run about.
3. 'May they whose udder with its four holes is full of sweet and ghee, be milk-givers to us; (may they be) many in our stable, rich in ghee'and, 'The cows have come' (Rig-veda VI, 28), when they have come back.
4. The last (verse) when he puts them in (into the stable).
5. The hymn, 'Refreshing wind' (Rig-veda X, 169), (he recites over the cows), when they are gone into the stable.
99:1 9, 1. The noisy ones are the winds; comp. the passage of Sâṅkhâyana-Srauta-sûtra, quoted p. 144 of the German edition.