Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1912 Handbook - Dairymaid


The Guide must have a practical knowledge of dairy work, how to make butter and cheese, and be able to milk a cow.

State how to feed, kill and truss poultry, or have a knowledge of beekeeping and extracting honey.

1918 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two of the following tests:-

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (about 1 lb.).

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.

1919 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two o the following tests:- 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (about 1 lb.)

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.

1920 (March) Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 1st edition - Dairymaid Badge

A Guide must: 
1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and is products.
2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.
3) Any two of the following tests.
a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.
b) Be able to strain and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (about 1 lb.).
c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.
d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.

1921 POR - Dairymaid


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald, and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles - and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any TWO of the following tests: 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (about 1lb).

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.

1924 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and it's produces.

2) Be able to wash, scald, and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles,  - and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two of the following tests: 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces, and clean a separator, Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.)

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.

1925 Girl Guide Badges and How to Win Them 8th edition - Dairymaid Badge

A Guide must: 
1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.
2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.
3) Any two of the following tests: 
a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.
b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.)
c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.
d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.
1927 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 10th edition - Dairymaid's Badge

A Guide must: 
1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.
2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.
3) Any two of the following tests:
a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.
b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.)
c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.
d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.
1929 (July) - Hints on Girl Guide Badges 12th edition - Dairymaid

A Guide must: 
1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.
2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.
3) Any two of the following tests:
a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.
b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.)
c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.
d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.
e) Be able to make cheese of the kind manufactured in her district, to be judged on a small cheese or the section of a large cheese, in either case the weight to be not less than 2 lbs.

1930 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald, and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles - and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two of the following tests: 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.). 

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week,

e) Be able to make cheese of the kind manufactured in her district, to be judged on a small cheese or the section of a large cheese, in either case the weight to be not less than 2 lbs.

1931 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald, and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles - and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two of the following tests: 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.). 

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week,

e) Be able to make cheese of the kind manufactured in her district, to be judged on a small cheese or the section of a large cheese, in either case the weight to be not less than 2 lbs.

1932 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Be able to wash, scald, and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles - and keep a dairy sweet and clean.

3) Any two of the following tests: 

a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk.

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.). 

c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.

d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week,

e) Be able to make cheese of the kind manufactured in her district, to be judged on a small cheese or the section of a large cheese, in either case the weight to be not less than 2 lbs.

1933 Hints on Girl Guide Badges - 15th Edition - Dairymaid Badge

1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.
2) Be able to wash, scald and rinse utensils of all sorts - wooden, metal, glass, etc., such as churn worker, strainers, pails, cans, bottles, and keep a dairy sweet and clean.
3) Any two of the following tasks:
a) Understand how to work, take to pieces and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily 3 gallons of milk,
b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb.)
c) Be able to milk a cow easily and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring of milk.
d) Understand how to feed a young calf on milk or cream equivalent, and have fed two calves for a week.
e) Be able to make cheese of the kind manufactured in her district, to be judged on a small cheese or the section of a large cheese, in either cast the weight to be not less than 2 lbs.

1935 POR - Dairyworker


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Have practical experience in the care of utensils such as are usually found in the dairy (wood, metal, glass) and know how to keep a dairy sweet and clean.  Understand the meaning of "sterile instruments" and know how this condition can be obtained and maintained.

3) Any ONE of the following tests: 

a) Be able to assemble and clean a separator.  Be able to separate satisfactorily not less than 3 gallons of milk.  Know the common causes of unsatisfactory performance.

or

b) Be able to churn and make up a satisfactory sample of butter without assistance (not less than 1 lb).

Know how cream should be prepared and stored before churning: 

or

c) Have helped to make either hard or blue-veined cheese of the variety usually manufactured in her district.  Be able to explain clearly how it is done and know how ripening should be carried out in the particular variety she describes.

d) e able to make any two of the following products: Pont l'Eveque, Colommier, Gervais, cream cheese, clotted cream, and know how to market them attractively.

4) Any ONE of the following tests: 

a) Be able to milk easily, cleanly and thoroughly, and understand the weighing and measuring and milk; 

or

b) Understand how to feed calves on milk or cream equivalent; 

or

c) Understand the feeding of whey to pigs.  (If either of the last alternatives is chosen, at least one week's practical experience required.)

1938 POR - Dairyworker Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Have practical experience in the care of utensils such as are usually found in the dairy (wood, metal, glass) and know how to keep a dairy sweet and clean.  Understand the meaning of "sterile utensils" and know how this condition can be obtained and maintained.

3) Understand the handling of milk in the dairy, straining, cooling and measuring.

4) Any ONE of the following tests: 

a) Be able to assemble and use a separator, and clean it.  Be able to separate 3 gallons of milk.

or

b) Be able to set milk for clotted cream or for skimming, and know how to skim it.

or

c) Be able to churn and make up about 2 lbs. of butter.

1939 POR - Dairyworker Badge


1) Thoroughly understand the extreme importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

2) Have practical experience in the care of utensils such as are usually found in the dairy (wood, metal, glass) and know how to keep a dairy sweet and clean.  Understand the meaning of "sterile utensils" and know how this condition can be obtained and maintained.

3) Understand the handling of milk in the dairy, straining, cooling and measuring.

4) Any ONE of the following tests: 

a) Be able to assemble and use a separator, and clean it.  Be able to separate 3 gallons of milk.

or

b) Be able to set milk for clotted cream or for skimming, and know how to skim it.

or

c) Be able to churn and make up about 2 lbs. of butter.

1943 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean and understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with either sterilizer, separator or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1947 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean and understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with either sterilizer, separator or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1950 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean and understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with either sterilizer, separator or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1953 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean and understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with either sterilizer, separator or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1957 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean.  Understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with sterilizer or separator, or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1960 POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk and strip thoroughly a cow or goat and know how to feed her.

2) Be able to keep utensils clean.  Understand the importance of cleanliness in connection with milk and its products.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with sterilizer or separator, or churn, and have helped to clean cow or goat house, and to wash down dairy.

1960 (December) POR Amendments - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine; or a goat by hand.  Know how to feed her for maintenance and production.

2) Understand and practice dairy hygiene as required by Milk and Dairy Regulations.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats.

1961 (July) POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine; or a goat by hand.  Know how to feed her for maintenance and production.

2) Understand and practice dairy hygiene as required by Milk and Dairy Regulations.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats.

1964 (March) POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine; or a goat by hand.  Know how to feed her for maintenance and production.

2) Understand and practice dairy hygiene as required by Milk and Dairy Regulations.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats.

1965 (July) POR - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine; or a goat by hand.  Know how to feed her for maintenance and production.

2) Understand and practice dairy hygiene as required by Milk and Dairy Regulations.

3) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats

1968 Guide Handbook - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine, or a goat by hand, using correct preparation and stripping.  Know how to feed the animal for maintenance and production.

2) Put the milk through the processes in the farm dairy (strainer and cooler).

3) If milking by machine take apart and reassemble a milk machine unit.

4) Wash up correctly and use the sterilizer.

5) Know the reasons for the cleaning methods and sterilization.

6) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with dairy routine in cowshed and parlour or with goats and have kept suitable records during that time.

1973 Guide Handbook - Dairymaid Badge


1) Milk a cow by hand or machine, or a goat by hand, using correct preparation.  Have a basic knowledge of feeding and foodstuff, including the different types of food fed for maintenance production.

2) Be able to put the milk through the correct treatment in the farm dairy (filter and cooling equipment).  (Bulk tanks are acceptable for this).

3) Have a basic knowledge of the action of a milking machine, e.g. vacuum pulsation.

4) Wash and sterilize all the equipment.

5) Know the reasons for sterilization and cleaning.

6) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with a dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats.  Have kept suitable records during that time, e.g. decline in milk yield through drying off; effect of any illness or stress; increase of milk yield after calving or kidding.

1978 Guide Handbook - Dairymaid Badge


1) Prepare a cow or goat for milking and demonstrate your ability to milk by hand or machine as appropriate.  The preparation should include the washing and drying of the teats and udder and the drawing of foremilk into a suitable container.  Have a basic knowledge of feeding and foodstuff, including the different types of food fed for maintenance and production.

2) Be able to put the milk through the correct treatment in the farm dairy (filter and cooling equipment). (Bulk tanks are acceptable for this.)

3) Have a basic knowledge of the action of a milking machine, e.g. vacuum pulsation.

4) Wash and sterilize all the equipment.

5) Know the reasons for sterilisation and cleaning.

6) Have helped regularly for at least four weeks with a dairy routine in cowshed or parlour, or with goats.  Have kept suitable records during that time, e.g. decline in milk yield through drying off; effect of any illness or stress; increase of milk yield after calving or kidding.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Merged into Farmer Badge

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