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http://www.liberherbarum.com/Index.htm
Awesome Herbal reference site in every language

http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2003/9241546271.pdf
Traditional medicines, particularly herbal medicines, have been increasingly used worldwide during the last two decades. Unfortunately, the number of reports of patients experiencing negative health consequences caused by the use of herbal medicines has also
been increasing. Analysis and studies have revealed a variety of reasons for such problems. One of the major causes of reported adverse events is directly linked to the poor quality of herbal medicines, including raw medicinal plant materials. It has therefore been recognized that insufficient attention has been paid to the quality assurance and control of herbal medicines.
By resolution WHA56.31 on traditional medicine, Member States requested WHO "to provide technical support for development of methodology to monitor or ensure product safety, efficiency and quality, preparation of guidelines, and promotion of exchange of
information”. WHO has developed a series of technical guidelines relating to the quality control of herbal medicines of which these WHO guidelines on good agricultural and collection practices (GACP) for medicinal plants are the latest. The guidelines provide a detailed description of the techniques and measures required for the appropriate cultivation and collection of medicinal plants and for the recording and documentation of necessary data and information during their processing."

http://www.acaciaanimalcare.com/poultry.htm
THE USE OF HERBS IN TREATING DISEASES OF COMMERCIAL POULTRY (Smith,C.F. BVSc DipAc )
(UPDATE: this paper no longer appears on the web-contact info: www.acaciaanimalcare.com)

http://www.holisticbird.org/index.htm
Holisticbird.org

http://www.holisticbird.org/health/
health and emergency page from Holististicbird.org

http://www.herbmed.org/
An awesome resource ...many of the articles are open access but not all

http://www.indianspringherbs.com/QuickID_Page1.htm
quick ID of Medicinal herbs (incl photograph)

http://www.certifiedorganic.bc.ca/rcbtoa/training/livestock.htm
Cyber-Help For Organic Farmers >covers all aspects including certification.

http://www.attra.org/attra-pub/poultryoverview.html
ATTRA

http://www.vet-task-force.com/sitemap.htm
(SiteMap)
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES AND GOALS:
Proposed Activities and Goals for the TFVS:

1. Providing veterinary practitioners with critical scientific information and resources regarding "alternative" and "complementary" therapeutic claims. This would include writing "position papers" on various "alternative" claims/therapies to be made available over the Internet and via conventional mail. It would also entail writing (and/or editing/reviewing) and submitting columns, articles, and "letters to the editor" to appropriate veterinary, scientific, and lay periodicals/publications.

2. Establishing and operating an interactive "alt vet med" Website providing veterinarians with scientific information on, and critical evaluation of, "alternative" medical claims, and products. Such a Website would also provide veterinarians an opportunity to discuss "alternative" claims and alleged therapies with advocates of science- and evidence-based medicine. Eventually a moderated "alt vet med" newsgroup might also be established.

http://www.ars-grin.gov/duke/
Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases

http://www.kingbirdfarm.com/Layerhealthcompendium.pdf

http://www.lionrx.com/vetmed.html
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http://www.soilandhealth.org/01aglibrary/01aglibwelcome.html
The Holistic Agriculture Library
(This website provides a large number of free e-books available for immediate download (many historic out-of-print). The books are mainly about holistic agriculture, holistic health and self-sufficient homestead living. There are secondary collections about social criticism and transformational psychology. No fees are collected for this service.)

http://www.cag.uconn.edu/plsc/plsc/AHLH%20SB-Web.pdf
Alternative and Herbal LivestockHealth Sourcebook University of Connecticut College of Agriculture and Natural Resources -Department of Plant Science
>>>This PDF review of the current scientific knowledge is a great source of other sites and links -DL
"This sourcebook is meant as a practical guide for extension educators, USDA Natural Resources Conservation personnel, veterinarians, livestock producers and others interested in alternative health care for livestock. We complied this sourcebookbecause of concerns regarding food safety, particularlyantibiotics and chemical residues in meat and milk, havestimulated renewed interest in alternative methods of maintaining livestock health. Extension personnel, like us, often are asked to provide information about alternative health care for livestock or to provide sources of information for the public. This interest in alternative practices for livestock parallels the resurgent interest in alternative medical practices in the human health professionals. An example is the National Institute of Health's establishment of a National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. Unfortunately, a compilation of alternatives to antibiotic/chemical use for livestock is not available. The lack of a compilation of alternative practices for livestock seriously limits communication among person interested in alternative practices for livestock. The contents of the sourcebook includes the Proceedings of a conference held at the College of Agriculture and Renewal Natural Resources, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT on October 20-21, 2000 entitled "Alternative and Herbal Livestock Health: A Scientific Review of Current Knowledge". "


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