Nia Davies

Associate Lecturer

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  • Associate LecturerIBERS - Teaching


Phone: 01970 823035


I studied and completed my FDSc in Agriculture at Aberystwyth University and then went onto achieve a BSc (hons) in Agriculture and further to that a MSc in Livestock Science. My undergraduate dissertation looked the prevalence of ketosis in dairy cows at pasture. My postgraduate dissertation was a part of the SMARTSILAGE project led by IBERS, looking at the effect silage chop length had on the production and behaviour of dairy cows. In between my studies I worked for a well renowned feed company as a dairy nutritionist. After completing my MSc I worked for the Welsh red meat levy board as Research and Development Officer. Within my role as Associate lecturer at Aberystwyth I am personal tutor to all students on the BioInnovation modules and I lecture on the agricultural modules and provide all the Welsh medium material for our modules. 

Research interests 

Herschell-Kelly, E., Williams, D., Davies, N. and Hodgkinson, J., 2021. 177 Efficacy of closantel against a Fasciola hepatica isolate from sheep and its in vitro sensitivity to albendazole. Animal-science proceedings12(1), p.147.

Williams, E.G., Brophy, P.M., Williams, H.W., Davies, N. and Jones, R.A., 2021. Gastrointestinal nematode control practices in ewes: identification of factors associated with application of control methods known to influence anthelmintic resistance development. Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports24, p.100562.