Whole Health Agriculture (WHAg)
is a community of farmers, health professionals and citizens dedicated to supporting and promoting farmers who farm for health and learning what they do and what works – what is best practice.
“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”
We want to empower farmers to have greater choice over their livestock health by offering proven wholistic solutions to their problems.
We provide training, consultancy, case studies, and support,
to empower farmers and facilitate healthier farms.
Fewer drugs, fewer pesticides, fewer herbicides = healthier land and animals, and ultimately healthier farms.
We want to help citizens to ‘source better and eat better’ by enabling them to make informed choices about food
Whole Health citizens care where their food comes from, and how it is grown and raised; they care about what they consume – literally.
Our wish is for all people to feel better connected to the farms and farmers that feed us
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Understanding WHAg ethics...
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
Our social story
Where's woolly? https://t.co/eeaVxh7IyJRead More
If you believe in whole farming systems & whole health see ethicists say "we need more flexible tools for evaluating gene-edited food" m=bylinetwitterbutton via @ConversationUS @ABiggerConvo @Bey...Read More
Hitting brick walls when you are offering something valuable, useful and at the very least, not harmful when antibiotics are used so much, seems illogical and hypocritical. Chris Day, WHAg vet, offers...Read More
The @ORFC is the most hopeful of spaces. Such a privilege to be involved. What a melting pot of grafters, thinkers and change-makers from across the globe. What were your highlights? #ORFCGlobal #Agro...Read More
It's the last day of the @ORFC. It's been great to hear from so many insightful and inspirational people. We've come away having learnt loads and can barely wait for next years - fingers crossed it'll...Read More
Join us now for our @ORFC workshop on An exploration of Femine Values in the Management of Livestock #WomenInAg #ORFCGlobalRead More