Ash Phipps - Contributor Profile

Bio

Dr Ash Phipps graduated from the University of Melbourne, School of Veterinary Science, in 2011 and commenced rural mixed practice at Rochester Veterinary Practice in 2012.

In 2015, Ash completed Dairy Cattle Medicine Memberships by examination to the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Sciences. At the end of 2016, he completed a three-year Dairy Cattle Medicine Residency with the University Melbourne which entailed completing a Masters in Veterinary Studies, a Masters in Veterinary Science (Clinical) and a Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Public Health (Emergency Animal Diseases).

Ash is now undertaking a fellowship program in Dairy Cattle Medicine and Management with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Sciences.

Professional interests include colostrum management, calf health and bovine obstetrics. Ash also owns a British White cattle stud.

Published Papers

  • Phipps, A. J., Beggs, D. S., Murray, A. J., Mansell, P. D., & Pyman, M. F. (2018). A survey of northern Victorian dairy farmers to investigate dairy calf management: colostrum feeding and management. Australian Veterinary Journal, 96(4), 101-106.
  • Phipps, A. J., Beggs, D. S., Murray, A. J., Mansell, P. D., & Pyman, M. F. (2018). A survey of northern Victorian dairy farmers to investigate dairy calf management: calf‐rearing practices. Australian Veterinary Journal, 96(4), 107-110.
  • Phipps, A.J., Beggs, D.S., Murray, A.J., Mansell, P.D., Stevenson, & Pyman, M.F. (2017). Factors associated with colostrum specific gravity in northern-Victorian dairy cows. Australian Veterinary Journal, 95 (7), 237-243.
  • Phipps, A. J., Beggs, D. S., Murray, A. J., Mansell, P. D., Stevenson, M. A., & Pyman, M. F. (2016). Survey of bovine colostrum quality and hygiene on northern Victorian dairy farms. Journal of Dairy Science, 99 (11), 8981-8990.
  • Phipps, A. 2016. Colostrum management practices and effects on colostrum quality on commercial northern Victorian dairy farms. MVSc (Clinical) Thesis. University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
  • Dairy Australia. Editor Chapter 4 and 8. Rearing Healthy Calves: How to raise calves that thrive. Dairy Australia Ltd, Level 5, IBM Centre, 60 City Road, Southbank, VIC 3006, Dairy Australia, 2016. 
  • Phipps, A. 2016. ‘Case Report: Lead Toxicity in Heifers’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian.78: 15-17.
  • Phipps, A.J., Beggs, D.S., Murray, A.J., Mansell, P.D., Stevenson, M.A., & Pyman, M.F. (2015). Factors Affecting Colostrum Quality. Proceedings of the British Cattle Veterinarians Conference, October 15 -17 2015, Southport, United Kingdom.
  • Phipps, A 2015. ‘Dermatosporaxis (hyperelastosis cutis) in a Neonatal Holstein Friesian Heifer’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian. 75: 19-20.
  • Phipps, A.J., Beggs, D.S., Murray, A.J., Mansell, P.D., & Pyman, M.F. (2014). Factors Associated with Colostrum Quality on four northern-Victorian Dairy Farms. Proceedings of the XXVIII World Buiatrics Congress, July 27 – 31 2014, Cairns, Australia.
  • Phipps, A 2014. ‘Therapeutic Induction of Parturition in Beef Heifers to Aid in the Prevention of Dystocia’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian. 71: 17-19.
  • Phipps, A 2014. ‘Lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparous) and Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR) in a Dairy Herd’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian. 71: 28-31.
  • Phipps, A 2014. ‘Colpotomy approach for a hystrotomy for the removal of foetal remains in a Friesian cow’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian. 72: 20-22.
  • Phipps, A 2013. ‘Cestrum Paraqui L’Herti (Green Cestrum) Toxicity in Cattle’. The Australian Cattle Veterinarian. 67: 23-25.

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