WORKSHOP: Air Quality and Ammonia – What does it mean for your farm? (DRIFFIELD)

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Defra’s Clean Air Strategy highlights ways farming can help meet ammonia reduction targets but these could mean changes to the way you farm.

WORKSHOP: Air Quality and Ammonia – What does it mean for your farm? (DRIFFIELD)

Event date: 03/12/2019 10:00 - 13:00 Export event

Tuesday 3rd December 2019
10am - 1pm

Driffield Rugby Club
A164, Kelleythorpe
YO25 9DW

Lunch provided


Join us and find out more:

  • Sources of ammonia on farm
  • Techniques to reduce ammonia loss
  • How to optimise inputs, reduce costs and improve efficiencies
  • Grants to help you
  • An overview of proposed new regulations

These cross-sector farm meetings aim to help your business and protect the environment.


  • Jonathan Skidmore, CSF Air Quality Lead, Humber & the North East, 
  • Nigel Penlington, Independent agri-environmental engineering consultant
  • Charles Bentley, Technical Director, agriculture and land management, ADAS

BASIS points applied for

How to book

Please book your FREE place via telephone: 08453 713399 or email When booking, please give your name, address, phone number, CPH & SBI number.

If you would like to find out more about the event or Catchment Sensitive Farming in your area and what is on offer, please contact Jonathan Skidmore 07771 941728 or email

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