Chèvres de Jocelyn Dubois Labo Solidago

About

Mission

To develop and manufacture quality, safe and effective health products to make breeders and producers self-sufficient in maintaining the balance in their herd.

Values

– It is our duty to ensure that the food our customers produce is healthy and promotes overall health. –

– We believe that rational and conscious management is a guarantee of the longevity of dairy cows and therefore of profitability for the breeder. –

– Think globally, act locally. –

Labo Solidago was born from these values. Since 1989 we have been manufacturing preventive homeopathic formulas.

The Solidago method is: a concept that promotes realism, common sense, an approach that respects nature and  protocols that work,”low-risk” products assembled by hand using best practices and an experienced team working in close collaboration.

We have developed a method that respects the nature of the living being so that it retains its ability to adapt to the changes and stress that would affect it. By making sure they’re  upstream:
– to drain its filters, the liver skin, spleen and pancreas,
– to stimulate and strengthen the immune system,
– to chase the parasites away.
– to stimulate the assimilation of minerals and protein.

The World Health Organization, WHO has been very concerned about the epidemic development of antimicrobial resistance worldwide, which kills hundreds of thousands of people every year. Just think of the flesh-eating bacteria.  Antibiotics have been overused everywhere, and 80% of antibiotics are administered to animals on farms.

Preventing food imbalances, the main cause of misadaptation, will reduce the need for these remedies in an undue way, increasing their effectiveness when necessary and decreasing the development of resistance.

Background

Since 1989, Labo Solidago has given itself a mission and developed an expertise to make producers and breeders more autonomous.

1989 à 2009

Development of high quality, safe, stimulating and supporting  homeopathic formulas for dairy production: drainage, immunity, remineralization and other complexes that facilitate adaptation to critical points in the breeding process or allow for satisfactory technical results for the breeder/producer: milk quality, somatic cells, factors influencing milk quality at the time of calving, reduction of pro-inflammatory factors during peak production, demineralisation at the time of persistence, immunity, etc….

Research for the development of formulas and homeopathic products adapted to different types of production, such as sheep, goat, pork, cattle.

Teachings – training of producers/breeders to be able to recognize important factors and moments of adaptation for their herd and production so that they can stimulate or support these factors of well-being and productivity, find balance, even foresee/prevent.

Development of tools for observation, identification and teaching.

Expansion in Canada, France.

2009-2016

Expansion of the scale of the approach to predicting and preventing factors of adaptation and performance : development of a new line of homeopathic products for simplified and preventive use.

Expansion of the integrated approach, method and tools specific to other types of production: rabbits and chickens: new LP products.

New developments in the individualised approach to the development, adaptation and performance factors of domestic animals: cats, dogs, horses.

2017

In May 2017, the Government of Canada released amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations (Veterinary Drugs – Antimicrobial Resistance).

Here is an excerpt from it : ” Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a serious and growing public health threat in Canada and around the world. As more microbes become resistant to antimicrobial drugs (or antimicrobials), these drugs become less effective in preventing and controlling infection. The overuse and misuse of antimicrobials in animals is a contributing factor to the development and spread of AMR. The development and spread of antimicrobial-resistant pathogens in animals can pose serious risks to human health when they are transmitted as food-borne or water-borne contaminants. Antimicrobial-resistant infections are associated with a greater risk of death, more complex illnesses, longer hospital stays and higher treatment costs. Based on available information, close to 80% of the total volume of antimicrobials sold in Canada are sold for use in animals. “

These amendments now permit the importation and sale of low-risk Veterinary Health Product. (More info)

GMP quality standards

Our product line is formulated according to Health Canada’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) quality, efficacy and safety requirements.