We’re using our stand to promote goat meat and support smaller farming businesses
Bell Ingram should have been welcoming you to our ringside marquee at the Royal Highland Show (and a whole host of other agri events) this summer.
But thanks to a certain global pandemic we are doing things a bit differently and instead we are inviting you to visit our “virtual” stand at The Scottish Agricultural Show on July 3 and 4 and meet two of Scotland’s most innovative farmers.
This innovative new event is the brainchild of our friends at The Courier and P&J and is being supported by the RHS.
As well as sharing industry leading opinion and top tips from our rural land and business experts, we are using our stand to showcase promote Scottish goat meat.
Malcolm Taylor, who heads up Bell Ingram’s Land Management team, explains: “Bell Ingram have been working closely with farmers for well over a century. That’s why we’re using our stand at the first Scottish Agricultural Show to showcase the work of some of Scotland’s smaller farming businesses.
“Getting the chance to sponsor the Goat and Young Handler’s Category gives us a unique opportunity to champion this healthy, high-quality Scottish meat and hopefully convince shoppers to ‘Give Goat a Go’!
“But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve invited Neil and Jillian McEwan (pictured above) from Lunan Bay Farm in Angus and Victoria Gardiner and Adam Wright (pictured below) from The Scottish Goat Meat Company in Banff onto our stand to tell us more about why this delicious red meat is becoming more and more popular with top chefs and discerning consumers."