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Cut costs by making the most of muck and slurry - Penrith

When: January 24th 2018 10:45 to 14:15
Location: CA11 0AH

The Programme:Combined WCRT CSF ERT

Slurry, farmyard manure and dirty water are all valuable by-products of dairy farms. The recently refreshed AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) shows that muck is worth £9.20/tonne and a cubic metre of slurry has a value of £3.20 in NPK alone.

The new guide helps calculate soil nitrogen supply using the field assessment method and changes grassland nitrogen recommendations to focus on target yield.

Join us to find out how RB209 can help exploit the financial potential of your slurry and manure.

What we will cover:

  • How best to store and use slurry and muck to release their true value
  • Using AHDB Slurry Wizard to calculate volumes produced and storage capacity
  • How to produce a Nutrient Management Plan
  • Techniques for cost effective applications
  • Compliance with regulations
  • Update on local grants, projects and initiatives

Who should attend? Farmers responsible for on farm nutrient management

Date:     Wednesday 24 January 2018                                                                                                                                  

Time:    10:45 – 14:15 (lunch and refreshments included)

Venue: Newton Rigg College, Sewbournes Farm, Penrith CA11 0AH

Speakers: Chris Turner – CSF and David Ball - AHDB

The cost of attending this meeting is funded via your levy. To find out more or book a place, please contact the KE Events hub on 01904 771216 or email

Please bring a clean pair of wellington boots to help with the biosecurity and out of respect to the host’s farm business. 

Dairy Pro Points are available for attending this event, Click here for more details.