GENERAL FARMING NEWS.
A recent arrival in New Zealand from England, according to “The Dairyman” is Miss G. Nest Davies, a trainee of the Lleweni Dairy School, Denbighshire, Wales, and the holder of the National Diploma in Dairying. For the two years before leaving England Miss Davies was in charge of the cheese-making, milk-testing, and milk-bottling department at Wensleydale. Her experience includes: Two years pupil at Lleweni Hall Dairy School, Denbigh, North Wales; two years student at the British Dairy Institute and University College, Reading; and her qualifications include National Diploma in Dairying (N.D.D.), awarded conjointly by the Royal Agricultural Society of England and the Highlands and Agricultural Society of Scotland; certificate for proficiency in the theory, and practice of buttermaking and cheesemaking, awarded by the British Dairy Farmers’ Association; Advanced Certificate in General Dairying, awarded by the University College of North Wales, Bangor. Miss Davies was for two years assistant instructress at the Lleweni Hall Dairy School, Denbigh, North Wales; one year in charge of Lord Calthorpe’s dairy at Elvetham Park, Winchfield, Hampshire; two years tester and cheesemaker at the Wensleydale Pure Milk Society’s Dairy Northallerton, Yorkshire.
Dominion, Volume 4, Issue 1228, 9 September 1911, Page 8