Farmers' debt increased by more than £150million in the year when bungling officials failed to deliver crucial EU payments.
The pressure is mounting on Nicola Sturgeon to sack her rural affairs secretary over a debacle that has seen farmers left £500million out of pocket.
The SNP has apologised to Scotland's rural communities as the government faces the prospect of a £125million fine for failing to deliver vital CAP payments.
The Conservative Party has claimed the SNP has "lost the trust of rural Scotland" amid accusations the party are "blaming farmers" for "never-ending delays" to CAP payments.
Opposition politicians have branded the SNP's GM crops ban as an insult to north-east scientists.