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European Veterinary Specialist in Small Ruminant Health Management
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250 Princess Highway, 3030, Werribee, Victoria, Australia

Veterinary herd & flock health; disease surveillance; international livestock development

Angus Campbell is a Senior Veterinary Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Ruminant Medicine & Production with the Mackinnon Project, Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, University of Melbourne. He worked in mixed private veterinary practice in rural Victoria and the UK before joining the Mackinnon Project in 2002, where he trained as a veterinary consultant to sheep and beef farmers, and undertook a PhD investigating the effect of different annual shearing times on wool production and health in Merino sheep flocks. He is a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in epidemiology.

He currently teaches veterinary science students, undertakes herd and flock health veterinary consultancy and farmer training, and performs clinical research on sheep, beef and goat farms in south-eastern Australia and south-east Asia.

Hanks JE, Glanville EJ, Phyu E, Hlaing N, Naing Oo L, Aung A, Naing Oo K, Campbell AJD (2018) Using longitudinal syndromic surveillance to describe small ruminant health in village production systems in Myanmar. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 160, 47-53.

Rashid MH, Stevenson MA, Waenga S, Mirams G, Campbell AJD, Vaughan JL, Jabbar A (2018) Comparison of mcmaster and fecpakg2 methods for counting nematode eggs in the faeces of alpacas. Parasites & Vectors 11(1), 278.

Pfeiffer CN, Stevenson MA, Firestone SM, Larsen JWA, Campbell AJD (2018) Using farmers’ observations for animal health syndromic surveillance: Identification and importance of timely and reliable respondents. Preventive Veterinary Medicine submitted.

Munoz CA, Campbell AJD, Barber S, Hemsworth P, Doyle R (2018) Using longitudinal assessment on extensively managed ewes to quantify welfare compromise and risks. Animals 8(1)

Munoz CA, Campbell AJD, Hemsworth PH, Doyle RE (2018) Animal-based measures to assess the welfare of extensively managed ewes. Animals 8(1).

Jacobson C, Yang R, Williams A, Gardner GE, Carmichael I, Campbell AJD, Ryan U (2018) Faecal shedding of pathogenic Yersinia enterocolitica determined by qPCR for yst virulence gene is associated with reduced live weight but not diarrhoea in prime lambs. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 152, 56-64.

Campbell AJD, Broekhuizen A, Curtis KMS, Croker KP, Behrendt R, Thompson AN (2014) A survey of post-weaning mortality of sheep in Australia and its association with farm and management factors. Animal Production Science 54(6), 783-790.

Campbell AJD, Croser EL, Milne ME, Hodge PJ, Webb Ware JK (2012) An outbreak of severe iodine-deficiency goitre in a sheep flock in northeast Victoria. Australian Veterinary Journal 90(6), 235-239

Campbell AJD, Larsen JWA, Vizard AL (2011) The effect of annual shearing time on wool production by a spring-lambing Merino flock in south-eastern Australia. Animal Production Science 51(10), 939-951

Campbell AJD, Vizard AL, Larsen JWA (2009) Risk factors for post-weaning mortality of Merino sheep in south-eastern Australia. Australian Veterinary Journal 87(8), 305-312



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