Homeopathy At Wellie Level

National Organic Training Skillnet in conjunction with HAWL are running a 3 day Homeopathy at Wellie Level course in Cork.

HAWL has been established since 2001 and has taught hundreds of farmers, both conventional and organic, how to use homeopathy for their animals. Farmers who come on the course are generally concerned about antibiotic usage, and/or are looking for credible alternatives to improve overall herd health without compromising welfare. 

The skill of homeopathy is knowing when and how to choose the right remedy and that is what this course has been designed to teach you. HAWL does not offer a silver bullet for disease or the problems created by poor husbandry, neither do we teach farmers how to replace the vet. HAWL promotes the responsible use of homeopathy, empowering farmers to become confident prescribers for those situations and conditions where there is no conventional option or solution.

Course Dates:

  • 20th of November 2019
  • 21st of November 2019
  • 4th of December 2019


Cork International Hotel

Cork Airport Business Park, Cork, County Cork, Ireland. T12 H516


€500 per person for eligible members though National Organic Training Skillnet

The course is usually run twice a year at Tetbury, and takes place over 3 non-consecutive days spread over 2 months to give the student time to use the knowledge from each day and become familiar with the new information. This is a practical subject, and needs practising back on the students’ own farm before new information is relevant.

Day 1 introduces homeopathy as a tool to use routinely within the farmer’s year.  We explore the concepts of homeopathy and the principles involved in making homeopathic decisions. We then spend some time on the farm observing animals from a homeopathic perspective.

We explain how remedies are made, who supplies them, how to choose, store and administer them, and we introduce six remedies which can be used on the farm during the next few weeks, explaining in great detail where, when and why each might be appropriate.

We call these ‘the big six’ because they are so often useful in daily farm routine, useful in all sorts of normal farm procedures like lambing, calving, weaning, shearing, de-horning, foot-trimming, tail-ringing etc.  But we will not be offering a ‘tail-ringing remedy’ – we will explain how to make decisions about what to give and when.  The aim is empowerment not dependency.

Day 2  looks at the problems associated with young stock, begins to explore more remedies and how to select each one. There are several thousand homeopathic remedies, all well documented, and the methodology of selection is clear and simple. We work through case taking, discuss what symptoms are useful homeopathically and introduce reference books and how to use them to select the right remedy. Farmers report success in using remedies in these situations, often while they wait for the vet to arrive, or while they are waiting to see what develops from early symptoms.

Day 3 deals with older animals and chronic conditions, building on the case taking methods learned on Day 2.  We  look at ways of helping  the ‘poor doer’, the animal which is not quite right, or those which conventional medicines may not be able to help.  This helps the farmer who prefers to care rather than cull, or to take positive early action when the problem is not well enough established to need the vet.

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