Dr. John L. Pipkin
Ph.D., Animal Science,
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1992
M.S., Physiology of Reproduction,
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 1985
B.S., Animal Science, Texas
A&M University, College Station, TX, 1982
Director, Equine Industry Program; Associate Professor,
Division of Agriculture, West Texas A&M University, Canyon,
TX. Responsible for development and coordination of the Program and curriculum
for Equine Industry and Business option in Agribusiness degree. Instruct
Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology for the Division.
Faculty coordinator for WTAMU Horse Center and equine research program.
Academic advisor for Agribusiness and Pre-Vet students.
Co-Advisor for Horsemen's Association
Horse Judging Team Coach
Physiological training and the interrelationship
with nutrition and musculoskeletal development and stress in horses.
Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Science, Texas Tech University.
Instructor for all courses in
Director of University equine herd and teaching unit. Supervised
research and theses of two
students. Horse Judging Team and Horsemen's Equestrian Team Coach.
Assistant, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, College Station,
TX. Conducted six equine reproduction
25 riding and horsemanship clinics throughout Texas. 1976-85
American Quarter Horse Association,
Director, Animal Welfare Advisory Committee, Show Committee,
Equine Research Committee, 1992-present
Equine Nutrition and Physiology Society, Teaching and Extension
Committee, Member, 1995-present
Texas Equine Research Account Advisory Committee, Member,
The Texas A&M University System Institute for Equine Science
& Technology, Executive Committee
Member and Member, 1994-present
Texas Quarter Horse Association, Director, 1997-present
Licensed judge for American Quarter Horse Association, American
Paint Horse Association, National Snaffle Bit
Association, National Reining Horse Association, 1992-present
Division of Agriculture
P.O. Box 60998
West Texas A&M University
Canyon, TX 79016
(806) 651-2557 (phone)
(806) 651-2938 (fax)