Environment

26 August 2020

Ben Williams, Knowledge Transfer Senior Manager, explains why pig farmers need to consider investing in energy solutions as the UK agriculture continues to face the increasingly rigorous demands of permitted agriculture.

30 September 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: Launch: Join Matt Jackson of Penllech Bach in Pwillheli for this launch webinar and find out more about his entrepreneurial approach to dairy farming and why spring block calving helps maximise the potential of his herd

12 August 2020

Watch our webinar focusing on the core concept of slurry cooling and its potential for the UK producers in terms of energy efficiency and ammonia reduction

6 August 2020

For those who are unaware of ‘slurry cooling’, this is the perfect step-by-step guide to demonstrate how slurry cooling works. This animation shows a number of proven options available to help you reduce ammonia emissions and comply with forthcoming compliance targets for environmental permitting.

11 August 2020

During this webinar, you will be taken on a journey to learn the basics of the slurry cooling system, discover benefits and industry reps that can help you, make a difference. Find out all the upcoming work we are doing.

20 July 2020

Join AHDB as we discuss the topic of farrowing for small-scale producers, and provide an update from the BPA on African swine fever.

9 September 2020

Strategic Dairy Farm: Join Dr. Robert Hyde to explore how improving calf welfare can drive performance and profit

24 August 2020

Consider these common faults and inefficiencies so you can keep your ventilation systems in good condition.

11 August 2020

Guidance on control systems which can be used to achieve the optimum environmental conditions in pig buildings.

24 August 2020

Understand how natural ventilation works for housed pigs, the problems and the solutions.

24 August 2020

Understand how different air pressurisation systems provide ventilation for indoor pigs.

24 August 2020

Different fan extraction systems to consider when choosing how to ventilate pig buildings.

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