Working Animals

At this moment more than 100 Million horses and donkeys (not to mention other working animals) all in some of the world’s poorest regions are being made to labour, overloaded and suffering, some so much that even unloaded they can now barely walk.

Wounds and injuries go untended.

Their badly fitted harnesses have led to open, festering, infected sores eating away at their flesh. Their owners lack the funds, ability, medicines, or even knowledge to be able to treat them. The animals' natural ability to fight infection is further impaired as there is no access to disease free water.

The HOCL Trust is here to attempt to improve this awful situation.

Livestock in the Developing World

Cattle, sheep, goats, chickens are examples of animals bred the world over simply for the survival of people in the developing world. Whether for milk, meat, eggs or simply for market trade along with wool and hides.

Across vast swathes of Africa, Asia, South America and the Middle East, coping with injuries and diseases of all types is a continual battle.

Nearly 1 Billion head of livestock are kept by 600 million subsistence farmers and herdsmen in the poorest areas of our planet.

These animals are vital to their existence yet when there’s an infection crisis or epidemic they are unprepared and can be wiped out.

HOCL Trust is here to supply the knowhow and tuition whereby these problems can be greatly reduced quickly and at very small cost.

Below is a list of just some examples of the diseases and groups of infectious organisms that HOCL has the ability to eradicate and control.

Species (groups of organisms) proven to be destroyed within 1 minute:

  • Tuberculosis
  • Pseudomonads
  • Salmonella
  • Mycobacteria
  • E.coli
  • Clostridium
  • Chlamidia
  • Anthrax
  • Listeria
  • Streptococcus
  • Aspergillus
  • Giardia
  • Ebola

Abundant anecdotal evidence shows that HOCL can be used to effectively treat mud fever, foot rot, ringworm, sarcoids and cracked, infected hooves. The HOCL Trust would dearly like to work with and alongside existing Animal Welfare Charities the world over in order to bring about rapid improvement.

The HOCl Trust has been established to promote, teach and make available the benefits of Hypochlorous Acid or HOCl - a  tradtional, naturally-occuring chemical to everyone.

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HOCl can benefit people and livestock on all levels.

  • the more funds raised, the more animals we can help
  • cost effective as it will save lives and vet expenses
  • donate for recipe to make HOCl for own domestic and animal treatment
  • sanitise all bedding, cages, pens, stabling and transport
  • treatment is simple, very low cost and rapidly effective

Politics and profit have prevented HOCl from being used all over the world already.

Help us break down these barriers.

Patrons: Professor Carlton Evans, Dr Sumona Datta, Sir Richard Stilgoe & Dr Hugh Martin

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