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Rochester Veterinary Practice, Australia
Joint lavage: through-and-through
Advantages and disadvantages of using calf milk replacers
Advantages and disadvantages of using liquid whole milk (waste milk)
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.
Testicular and scrotal trauma
Primordial mammarian tissue swelling
Infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis
Balanitis, posthitis and balanoposthitis
Penile hair ring
Spermatic cord torsion
Cryptorchid castration - techniques
Penis: short retractor penis muscle
Castration: surgical options
Prepuce conditions: overview
Causes of bovine blindness
Feeding milk and milk replacers to calves
Calf management: birth and beyond
Factors affecting immunoglobulin uptake in calves
Measuring colostrum quality
Factors affecting colostrum quality
Example milk powder
Composition of liquid whole milk
Composition of example calf milk replacer
Advantages and disadvantages of feeding liquid whole milk (saleable)
Retained fetal membranes: removal
Bühner suture: method
Eyelid surgery: third eyelid flap
Rectal prolapse: correction
Bloat: trocar placement
Esophageal obstruction: probang technique
Umbilical hernia: surgical correction
Atresia recti/coli/ani correction
Suturing teat injuries
Vaginal injury: repair
Urethrostomy +/- partial phallectomy
Rectal tear: surgery
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