Welcome to Whole Health Agriculture (WHAg)

We’re a community of farmers and citizens, from all walks of life, united in our aim to promote and develop wholistic or ‘whole health’ approaches to farm health.

Wholistic approaches are those that avoid synthetic drugs and toxic chemicals, and foster natural resilience and vitality in livestock and crops, working with, rather than against, nature. Critically, these approaches protect our health.  Read more…..

People are fed by the food industry, which pays no attention to health, and are treated by the health industry, which pays no attention to food.

Wendell Berry



Do you use any non-conventional practices or alternative approaches to keep your livestock healthy?

eg. herbal leys/medicinal plants, complementary therapies, fermented foods, neem/essential oils, udder mint®, Obsalim® technique, Cow Signals® etc’

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June Results

of you voted....

I'm aware and really concerned that the government voted to import food from countries with lower food safety & welfare standards.

13% were not aware, but really concerned.

July Poll - Vote Now!

Should “public money for public goods” support payments include specific organic and whole farm options?

It is vitally important that ……farming delivers the highest quality, best-tasting food, produced without artificial chemicals or genetic modification, and with respect for animal welfare and the environment, while helping to maintain the landscape and rural communities.

His Royal Highness

The Prince of Wales


Bypassing whole farm health

The whole system approach brings production, ecology and environment together in a way which optimises food production alongside the delivery of public goods. It is critical to health but it’s being ignored in the new farm support proposals.


Watch this space…….