Homeopathic vet on the farm - cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry
Farm animals are a special case. Firstly they usually
come in groups, often requiring the special homeopathic techniques for group medicine. Secondly, they are usually under production
stress, thirdly, they are usually grouped or housed in such a way, however good the farm, that there are some population stresses.
Fourthly, production demands lack of tissue residues, thereby rendering herbal medicine and aromatherapy of less value
and more dangerous than in other species. Fifthly, economics are a vital ingredient of farming, meaning that hands-on
therapies such as acupuncture and chiropractic are usually only requested for animals of special 'value'.
Homeopathy is the treatment that is most commonly sought on the farm. It is easy, economical and effective. It is exciting
that farm health problems (as itemised below) can be treated without antibiotics and hormone drugs. This is good for the
consumer. Also, homeopathy cannot stimulate the generation of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which are becoming a serious
problem on intensive farms, from both the consumer and animal welfare points of view).
Species treated include
cattle (bovine), sheep (ovine), pigs (porcine), llamas (camelids), goats (caprine) and poultry (chickens, hens, bantams,
geese, ducks, turkeys, pheasants, partridges, peafowl, guinea fowl).
Some of the diseases and conditions that
the homeopathic vet is asked to treat include:
mastitis, infertility, new forest eye, big bale eye (silage eye),
listeriosis, meningtitis, E. coli, chronic diarrhoea (scour), pneumonia, rhinitis, abortion, chlamydia, pasteurellosis (pasteurella),
foul in the foot (low, luer, foot rot), ketosis, twin lamb disease, orf, warts, osteomyelitis, ringworm, lumpy jaw (actinomycosis),
wooden tongue (actinobacillosis), laminitis, foot abscess, septic joint, joint ill, navel ill, calf diphtheria, BVD, IBR,
watery mouth, strawberry footrot, heel dermatitis (pododermatitis), MMA, erysipelas, coccidiosis.
We cannot treat 'notifiable diseases' in the UK
without official dispensation from DEFRA.
Having started using homeopathy
and alternative vet medicine in 1972, Chris Day is the longest-serving homeopathic vet in the UK. He has also performed clinical
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