Hannah Griffiths

Hannah Griffiths

Grant-Funded Researcher (B)

School of Agriculture, Food and Wine

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

I am passionate about improving the health, welfare and productivity of ruminant livestock, particularly in low-input farming systems. I have a focus on adoption of drought resilient farming practices through the SA Drought Hub and I am keen to get knowledge and new ideas out of the lab and on to farm where it can make a big impact.

I graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Adelaide in 2015 with a keen interest in livestock health, and herd management. In 2022, I completed a Master of Sustainable Agriculture, this allowed me to broaden my scope of interests from animals by themselves, to looking at the farm as a whole.

My previous research has explored the interactions between livestock grazing practices, plant growth, and soil health in low-input grazing systems, and how this can be used to improve the mineral nutrition of livestock. I have also explored the potential for improved intestinal parasite control with natural methods by allowing stock to browse from trees in grazing systems.

I am currently working on pasture feedbase management and ruminant grazing practices, and how these fit to multi-enterprise farming businesses; as well as collaborating on several livestock drought resilience projects through the SA Drought Hub.

  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2022 - ongoing Livestock Technical Specialist Adoption Officer South Australian Drought Resilience and Innovation Hub
    2022 - ongoing Grant Funded Researcher (B) The University of Adelaide
  • Language Competencies

    Language Competency
    French Can read, write, speak and understand spoken
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience)
    The University of Adelaide Australia Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
    Charles Sturt University Australia Master of Sustainable Agriculture
  • Research Interests

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2024 Gaussen, J., Trott, D. J., Spiers, Z., Jenkins, C., & Griffiths, H. (2024). Sporadic bovine encephalopathy caused by Chlamydia pecorum secondary to bovine viral diarrhoea virus infection in calves in South Australia. Australian Veterinary Journal, 102(3), 80-86.
    - Hannah, G., & Amanda (Mandi), N. C. (n.d.). Potential for silvopastoral systems to control nematode burden in livestock farming in winter rainfall areas of South Australia, Australia. International Journal of Veterinary Science and Research, 8(3), 118-126.
  • Position: Grant-Funded Researcher (B)
  • Email: hannah.griffiths@adelaide.edu.au
  • Campus: Roseworthy
  • Building: J.S. Davies Building, floor Ground Floor
  • Org Unit: School of Animal and Veterinary Science

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