The Farming For a Better Climate team are recommending that farmers should prepare a nutrient budget to asses the level of fertiliser used on farm.
NFU Scotland, Scottish Land & Estates, Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, and the Bracken Control Group are calling for emergency chemical use.
The severe lack of profitability in producing chicken has seen a sharp reduction in the number of birds being reared in the UK.
State-of-the-art technology which measures greenhouse gas emissions in sheep, will be on display at a special event in Speyside, this July.
NFU Scotland says that a £65.5 million fund is better targeted at those keeping beef cattle and sheep in Scotland’s uplands and islands.
The Ritchie Beef Monitor live weight system is one of this year's RHASS Presidential Initiative case studies which has been published.
Angus-based Amy Geddes will lead on the Voluntary Initiative (VI) in Scotland while Andrew Connon will represent Scotland at a UK level.
A project investigating the factors impacting on ear tag loss and retention in cattle and sheep in Scotland has launched an online survey.
Viability of Scottish agriculture is dependent on an overall support package available for spend within the new agricultural support framework.
Professor Ian Toth will be Director of the National Potato Innovation Centre and Dr Tim George will be Deputy Director of the International Barley Hub
On farm events take place at New Aberdour, Grantown-on-Spey and Inverurie with hosts during three events run by QMS in June.