Animal health is essential to the success of any farm. Healthy animals are productive animals, and sick animals can quickly spread disease to the rest of the herd. As a result, preventing and treating disease is a top priority for any responsible farmer.
Fortunately, there are a number of things that farmers can do to improve their animals’ resistance to disease.
This video kit will help you discover the skills and tools to provide a thriving farm system to help build animals’ natural resilience
Over the decades we have captured great minds such as Pat Coleby, Dr. Fred Provenza, Gabe Brown, David Marsh & Gerhard Grasser and to save you hunting for all the programs we put them all into this learning kit.
What You Will Learn:
- Discover the secrets on how can you improve your livestock’s resistance to disease using natural methods.
- Understand better who to listen to when it comes to animal care.
- Practical application on improving your animal, livestock and whole farm health.
- Ways to observe your livestock and better understand what animals and the environment is trying to tell you.
- How to improve your pastures so your livestock is eating better quality feed, healthy soil means healthy grasses which means healthy livestock.
- Learn how nature has a natural solution to many problems that arise on farms.
Urgent Video Message from Hugo Disler about Foot & Mouth Disease - Aug 2022
What's included in this kit:
“A Woman of Genius”, is an exploratory VIDEO which takes you behind the scenes into the life of one of Australia’s leading authorities on natural care for farms and animals. In this VIDEO, you will hear Pat speak of the major influences that have shaped her amazing life. You will see her meeting with farmers and detailing the basic steps essential to follow natural farming methods.
Animals instinctively know what is best for them, so why not let them choose? Free choice supplementation is, according to Hugo, the easiest, quickest and most cost-effective way to maximise animal health.
The Stipa presentations were at once stimulating and provocative with the information which in most cases resulted from 1000’s of hours of research, much of it mind-boggling and far too much to retain in the short time provided.
Jean Belstead met Ron and Bev Smith many years ago when Ron was having problems with mastitis in one of his dairy cows. Jean, a local homeopath showed Ron her homeopathic treatment for mastitis and Ron hasn’t looked back! He is a firm believer and follower of using homeopathy to prevent illnesses and also to relieve stress and trauma both in animals and humans.
You will see a free range stock supplement system that enhances their cow health, free range chooks for diversification and the challenges of transition from conventional to organic.
Ten holistic management principles guide farming operations for Tim Wright enabling him to work with nature – and livestock – to increase production despite reduced rainfall.
Gabe Brown is one of the pioneers of the current soil health movement that focuses on regenerating our resources. Gabe, along with his wife, Shelly and son, Paul, own and operate a diversified 5,000-acre farm and ranch near Bismarck, N.D. Their operation focuses on farming and ranching in nature’s image. The Browns holistically integrate their grazing and no-till cropping system, which includes a wide variety of cash crops along with multi-species cover crops and all-natural, grass-fed beef, poultry and sheep.
If you’re in a drier part of your country think of how important that is. You need to capture every raindrop where it falls and then via organic matter store it. You have to increase your organic matter in your soil if you want to advance soil health.
Gabe says that he succeeded without any added microbial, foliars, anything other than seed and a little bit of livestock mineral. That’s all. He claims that one’s ability to be successful with regenerative agriculture is directly related to one’s understanding of how soil functions. This is what he really believes that that’s all it took for him and said: “Boy, I learned slow.”
Regenerative Agriculture Complex Living Communities Increasing Diversity/Resilience Dynamic Adapted Enterprises Ecosystem Serviaces Provided by Living Community Low Cost, Low Risk Energy, Contemporary Solar Turn-Off Appropriate to Season Increasing Mineral Recycling Increasing Soil Organic Carbon High Water Holding Capacity Self-Organising, Self-Replacing