Homeopathy Course for Farmers and Smallholders

Our April 2021 online course is full.

If you would like to be notified when the next course is arranged (probably in the Autumn) please email chris@hawl.co.uk

Tetbury Courses 2021

Our suspended Tetbury course will recommence in late May when we will run Day 2.  There are 2 or 3 places available for this course, applicants would need to join Session 1 and Session 2 of the online course and then join the Tetbury course for Day 2 and Day 3.

An Autumn course is planned to begin in mid September in the Exeter area.

To register your interest in any of these courses please email chris@hawl.co.uk

We subsidise the cost of our courses and our post-course support groups in order to keep them affordable as many of our farmers and smallholders run their farms single-handedly or just with family.  Thanks to the generosity of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths we are able to offer a limited number of BURSARIES to small/family farmers who are operating commercially  – please email secretary@hawl.co.uk for full details.

The Homeopathy at Wellie Level (HAWL) Course has been developed specifically for those who farm livestock and is taught by homeopathic vets and qualified homeopaths – all with farm experience.  This is the ONLY COURSE in the UK to provide qualified teaching aimed at empowering farmers and smallholders to use homeopathy for their animals with both confidence and understanding. We have been operational since 2001 and over the years have gathered literally hundreds of positive feedback comments and course testimonials, so, if you’re wondering whether this course is for you,  see what our farmers say.

HAWL relies heavily on the generosity of supporters and volunteers in order to provide low cost education, information and support to those farmers who reduce the burden of antibiotics, chemical wormers, and other drugs in our food chain and on the environment through the responsible use of homeopathy.

If you care about our mission and feel you can help in ANY way, we’d love to hear from you. Make our day and take a peek at our Support page.

Nicola farms an organic beef and sheep farm in Devon and would definitely recommend homeopathy to other farmers.

‘Homeopathy is hugely beneficial in many ways . . . it allows us to reduce our reliance on antibiotics’.

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”.