From improving livestock efficiency to managing farm woodlands, there are a range of practical and profitable ideas that could help you to cut your carbon footprint, improve farm efficiency and profitability, whilst also improving your farms environmental performance.

Did you know you can get specialist advice on climate change, as part of an Integrated Land Management Plan (ILMP)?  FAS can help fund an adviser to visit your business and provide you with a specialist advice plan in any two of the following areas:

Improved farm efficiency | Climate change adaptation and mitigation | Soil and nutrient management | Biodiversity, habitat and landscape management | Woodland management and conservation | Water pollution, prevention and control | Organics | Archaeological and historic site advice | Animal welfare

Useful Links

News

Valuing Your Soils – Practical Guidance for Scottish Farmers

Valuing Your Soils – Practical Guidance for Scottish Farmers

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Farm Management Handbook 2018/2019

The 39th edition of the Farm Management Handbook is an essential tool for any progressive farm business, providing a comprehensive and up-to-date source of information for farmers, rural professionals, students…

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Farmer’s guide to sourcing and using digestate and compost – Zero Waste Scotland

Farmer’s guide to sourcing and using digestate and compost – Zero Waste Scotland

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Practical Guide: Making the most of on-site energy generation

Practical Guide: Making the most of on-site energy generation

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TN699: Agricultural use of biosolids composts anaerobic digestates and other industrial organic fertilisers

TN699: Agricultural use of biosolids composts anaerobic digestates and other industrial organic fertilisers

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TN704: Energy Storage and Demand Management

TN704: Energy Storage and Demand Management  

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