Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy Talk/Demonstration, Cork, Ireland 1st Sept 12pm - 3.30pm
Come to Donoughmore (Co Cork), on Sun the 1st Sept and learn about Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy!
Discover how this approach can help keep your horse sound and well. Learn how this natural approach can be employed to significantly improve and in a lot of cases fully resolve everyday equine issues such as rain scald, abscesses as well as more long term chronic diseases such as Laminitis, PPID (Cushings), Recurrent Airway Obstruction/COPD.
This approach is also a great resource for emergency situations such as shock, injury and choke as well as some Colic's (whilst awaiting veterinary attendance).
This half day workshop aims to give the attendee a brief introduction to the concept and methodology of Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy and how this approach can be used as part of an effective equine healthcare regime.
Date and Time
Sunday 1st Sept 12pm - 3.30pm
Location: Helen Grace O'Hanlon's Yard,Ahadallane, Donoughmore, Co Cork P32WC95
The 1/2 day workshop commences with a talk explaining how horses can restore and maintain health in a domestic setting when given the opportunity to self-select plant extracts with reference to Case studies. The talk is then followed by a demonstration of 'offering and selecting' in a stable offering a horse therapeutic grade medicinal plant extracts according to presenting symptoms. Click on the link below to learn more about Equine Applied Zoopharmacognosy and the work we do at Whitethorn Equine Health in Sligo, Ireland.
Between the talk and the Demo light refreshments will be served.
Please wear outdoor warm clothing as the talk and demo will be outside!