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Welcome to Whole Health Agriculture

We provide information, education, and support to farmers seeking alternatives to synthetic chemicals, antibiotics, and artificial interventions.

Inclusive & Sustainable

WHAg is a not-for-profit community of farmers, health professionals and citizens, dedicated to teaching, supporting and promoting whole health farming systems and practices.

We document the experiences and amplify the voices of farmers who protect our collective health through the effective use of low residue, nature-friendly systems of farm management.

Read our Dairy Report.

You have to join the dots as everything is linked. For true health you have to consider every element of the farm

Sally Wood – Organic Dairy Farmer

Supporting Farmers

Farmers are increasingly under pressure to reduce antibiotics and synthetic wormers, and to use fewer pesticides and herbicides. But those seeking alternatives can struggle to find reliable information on options that will work for them, or support on how to implement new systems.

We signpost alternative methods successfully used by farmers, teach and share knowledge on best practice, and provide community and support to help farmers adopt and integrate changes. 

Explore our Farm Health Hub for a wide range of information. Visit our Learning Centre for farmer-tested courses, webinars and community options. 

Joining the Dots

We are building connections between farmers and citizens to increase awareness and build support for whole health farming practices.

Whole health farming respects the entire farm, working with rather than against nature, employing systems that encourage biodiversity.

A whole health approach fosters vibrant health and resilience in livestock and crops which ultimately protects and improves our collective health.

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Want Year-Round Health & Resilience?

Transform your livestock health, or your money back!

Foundation Course in Progressive Farm Homeopathy

This course gives you a blueprint for unparalleled livestock health using a non-toxic, residue free system based on the farming year. It teaches an easily adopted process of Prevention & Early Intervention that, applied consistently:
– improves herd immunity and resilience,
– increases productivity and longevity,
– prevents problems from occurring,
– reduces time spent ‘in the treatment zone’. 

Integrates with any system – conventional or organic, large or small, specialised or mixed.

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Learn online in your own time

Our  Farm Health Hub and member-based Learning Centre  offer progressive information, training and education presented by farmers, vets and other experts. 

Basic Membership to the Learning Centre is FREE and opens up wider access to a range of educational content.

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During 2020-21, more than 220 farmers took our
Survey on Alternative Approaches to Livestock Health

This is the only survey of its type, documenting notable results by the farmer, that alternative health methods and practices work

Click the icon above to view the full Survey REPORT

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WHAT WE ARE ABOUT

At the Wales Real Food & Farming Conference we brought together doctors and farmers (and one doctor-turned-farmer) in a fascinating discussion on health in farming and food, in our session: Managing Health from Farm to Fork.

At the Oxford Real Farming Conference ORFC22, our presentation on Reducing Antibiotic and Anthelmintic use through Homeopathy, Herbs and Medicinal Plants by Lawrence Woodward, vet Chris Aukland, herbalist and shepherdess Kate Scott is now available to view.

Underpinning the ethics of WHAg

And, for a deeper dive into the evolution of the agro-ecological movement and the principles that move and shake us at WHAg, read our Chair, Lawrence Woodward’s enlightening essay…..

Making Health Infectious – from organic principles to Whole Health Agriculture.

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“….we do know there are some things which are likely to be important and which farmers should pay attention to; these revolve around managing the soil and above and below ground livestock through biological system management and not through inputs whether these are synthetic or organic.”

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

King Charles III

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