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Vitalism in Livestock Health Management: An Intro to Vet Homeopathy - Shared screen with speaker view
Neal Taflinger
13:23
Hi, everyone, I’m going to moderate the chat today, so if you have a question during the presentation, let me know!
Michael Nakamura
13:53
New to grazing
Lucille R. Contreras
14:02
New
Neal Taflinger
14:35
Anyone else new to grazing?
Pam
14:36
Hi. I am new to grazing. I am looking to get into holistic management of the land to regenerate it. I am familiar with holistic medicine as well. I have done some energy work on my dog and me and a few others.
Joseph Fitzsimons’s iPhone
14:41
we are holistic grazers since 1989
Lauri Celella
14:42
My husband and I have been grazing for about 15 years.
willardheck
14:42
20 years in ranching.
Mark.Kopecky
14:44
Hey Susan! Looking forward to hearing you teach again. :)
Harrison Rhodes
14:44
5 years grazing in the East, learning now about vitalism and herbs with my partner, starting to utilize plants as medicine
Jack Schmitt
14:46
new to grazing, some natural med exp, not much homeopathy
matmoten
14:50
Been grazing for years; new to planned grazing. Little understanding of homeopathy
Hana Weaver
14:52
20 years ranching experience
Steve.Kadas
14:58
I work for NRCS and w ranchers
Amy Erickson
15:03
I work with landowners to improve their habitat for wildlife. I'm just interested in learning about rancher's issues and expanding my knowledge of livestock operations in general.
karenchristensen
15:14
seasoned grazer Kevin Jablonski Mack Brook Farm
willardheck
15:24
No experience with homeopathy. 20 years in ranching.
Kathleen Morris
15:32
Hi - From West Beach Farm and I have had sheep, pigs and cows for 7 years. Have had some tragedy with worms with my sheep. Have been reading “natural sheep care” and am looking for a more holistic, less wormer way
Neal Taflinger
15:46
Great, welcome all!
cynthia.villa
15:54
Work w/ranchers via NRCS
Marie Nava
16:01
Been grazing for awhile. Have used natural medicine all my life. Have used homeopathy for my family.
kathy morris
23:28
what is your triple bottom line?
Neal Taflinger
01:08:38
Anyone else have a question?
Michael Nakamura
01:11:06
Will wild mustangs do better nutrionally with supplemental feeding? Just curious.
Carrie Balkcom
01:48:48
Please share the contact information on the remedies.
Pam
01:49:46
Are there different emergency kits for different animals?
Lauri Celella
01:50:32
Can you share where the best training for veterinarians is
Pam
01:50:40
she answered my question. Thanks
kathy morris
01:51:20
what about drenching with copper and dolomite? is this a type of homeopathy?
Lucille R. Contreras
01:54:12
What was that .org again please
Mark Kopecky
02:14:19
Yes, please discuss mastitis
Lauri Celella
02:14:32
Mastitis would be good. Is this relevant to sheep also
matmoten
02:14:42
yes to mastitis
Carrie Balkcom
02:17:26
Glenn Dupree Homepathy in Organic Livestock Production - Susan was a contributor on this book.
Marie Nava
02:20:52
Can we contact you to be on a list for the course or a group study?
Carrie Balkcom
02:21:58
We will have your contact information from the sign up on this session. We can send a survey to you all and judge when and how to have other sessions.
matmoten
02:26:22
Can you address prevention of blackleg in cattle?
Neal Taflinger
02:27:53
A2Z Homeopathy - https://www.a2zhomeopathy.com/
Neal Taflinger
02:28:15
Washington Homeopathy - https://www.homeopathyworks.com/
Steve.Kadas
02:32:16
What do all the numbers on the chat mean?
Lauri Celella
02:32:47
I think its just time it was posted
Steve.Kadas
02:33:19
?
Mark Kopecky
02:40:39
Thanks Susan! Great info as always--
Michael Nakamura
02:41:22
Thank you Susan and all for the prep time and effort!
Marie Nava
02:42:22
Thank you so much for spending time on the foundations and comparing to holistic management. Makes this SO much more understandable and applicable!
Trudy Harrold
02:44:51
Thank you, this was an amazing learning opportunity for someone new to this.
Lauri Celella
02:45:53
Great talk. Loved how you relate Holistic Management to all life, not just grazing.