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17 Jul 2018 09:28 #540998 by max2

A very sad loss indeed. I had the pleasure of listening to Biddy speak at the cheese festival in Eketahunga a few months back.

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17 Jul 2018 12:03 #541004 by Hawkspur

I am so sorry to hear this. My sympathies to all who knew her.

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17 Jul 2018 19:29 #541008 by jeannielea

I can't help but wonder if the stress she went through was a factor in her having a stroke but she did a great job and now people like her don't have to pay the huge fees to get their certificate and artisan cheese will remain. She deserves a sainthood for that.
And the cheese was good too.

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18 Jul 2018 13:16 #541027 by max2

jeannielea wrote: I can't help but wonder if the stress she went through was a factor in her having a stroke but she did a great job and now people like her don't have to pay the huge fees to get their certificate and artisan cheese will remain. She deserves a sainthood for that.
And the cheese was good too.


She was a little bit breathless at the festival and relied quite heavily on her stick too, although it didn't seem to stop her. Sad to hear that the cheese will stop. I home they find good homes for her cows, if I was closer I would have them.

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