Unique Homeopathy Course for Farmers

The Homeopathy at Wellie Level (HAWL) Course was developed specifically for farmers and stockpersons by the School of Agricultural Homeopathy, and is taught by homeopathic vets, teachers and homeopaths – all with farm experience.  This is the ONLY course in the UK to provide qualified teaching aimed at empowering farmers to use homeopathy for their animals with both confidence and understanding.

HAWL is funded largely by donations, relies heavily on the generosity of supporters and volunteers, and makes no profit. Our courses are heavily subsidised in order to make them affordable to all. Our aim is to educate, inform and support those who seek to reduce the burden of antibiotics, chemical wormers, and other drugs in the food chain and on the environment.

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HAWL Course Wales 2017 – two places remaining

Wednesday, Llety-Cynin
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HAWL Course Tetbury Autumn 2017

Wednesday, Duchy Home Farm, Tetbury
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HAWL 5 Day Residential Farm Homeopathy Course

Sunday, Abbey Home Farm
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Farmer Oliver Dowding says HOMEOPATHY WORKS FOR HIM and HIS COWS

Sheep farmer Lynnie Hutchison

“Since the course we’ve used homeopathy more and more with the sheep and on ourselves the increased confidence and understanding has enabled us to deal with familiar problems in the flock such as Orf and foot rot quickly, cheaply and confidently and these are now very rarely seen in the stock. Lambing is the time when we use homeopathy the most frequently and to good effect”

John Bale, Farm Manager with two dairy herds

“Its a MASSIVE help, so to me its a win win situation. I see the health of the herd being good from its use, my feeling is that if it didn’t work I wouldn’t be wasting my money on it. We don’t spend so much on vets bills. Its all part of the fight to keep a healthy herd. Mastitis is a good example, I hardly ever use antibiotics on mastitis. If we get 3 cases a months then I am doing badly, cell count is around 250. We have not used dry cow therapy in 20 years”.

John Newman, Farm Manager

“It’s being able to do something early and not just sit there and wait. I have saved the hassle of a sick animal, saved the cost, done something myself. Its easy to administer, spraying a nose, putting something in the water, its not difficult. Before we took the course there was that big gulf, between you sitting there and looking at a problem and then the vet came and said “oh it’s this give it that and it will be fine. Now there is a step in between”.

Prize winning Dairy Farmer Liz Best

"Before I went on the course I was rather sceptical, now I think it is wonderfully useful in all sorts of ways. I feel that the greatest advantage of using it is that you can get straight in and treat the animal for the slightest sign of being off colour instead of the conventional way of waiting for the illness to develop, therefore it is more humane”.