Helping farmers put real health on our plates

Farm Health Hub

Welcome to the Farm Health Hub where information on a wide range of alternative health approaches can be accessed.  This resource is designed to help farmers discover and adopt practices that can end reliance on synthetic chemicals, antibiotics and intensive interventions.  

Via our member-based Learning Centre, we also offer progressive training and education delivered by farmers, vets and other experts. Basic Membership is free and opens up access to a range of educational products.

Watch our intro video below, then click HERE or on the icon to enter

Listen > Learn > Watch > Explore


The CAM Directory provides information on various Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)  systems, practices and methods as used by farmers.


The Farmacy offers a range of complementary and alternative, farmer-tested approaches and solutions to livestock and farm health problems. Free access for Learning Centre members.


A valuable resource for reference, the library is evolving and contains research papers, documents, relevant articles, and recommended publications.


Farmers own words on how they achieve success with whole health strategies which include natural medicines and low input wholistic practices.

What Farmers Say

"Why do I use it? Because it works!
I have someone to help with lambing and there were two things which convinced her. One was the E Coli Nosode. If you can pick up the lambs quickly the ones who are just going watery, one dose and they are alright.
The other remedy is Carbo Veg. When you struggle to get a lamb out and you can't get it to take its first breath, then you give it Carbo Veg, and it really starts it off. I have used it on a collapsed ewe and she came back.
I think homeopathy is absolutely brilliant"
Conventional Sheep Farmer

Learn how to support your rescue animals

Just £25 – with lifetime access to the recording

Animal resçue webinar

Learn a range of natural therapies & support strategies from our holistic veterinary team to help & heal rescued or traumatised animals.

Want to receive our monthly WHAg Mag?