Bell Ingram Support Farming Podcast Showcasing Scotland’s Rural Communities
Rural property and business specialists, Bell Ingram has signed up to support the OnFARM podcast on a one-year sponsorship deal.
Launched in January 2020, OnFARM showcases enterprise, community, creativity, charity and history of rural Scotland.
The podcast gives rural areas a stronger voice and a new platform from which to share their wonderful and inspiring stories. As the weeks, months and years go on, OnFARM will be speaking with individuals, businesses and organisations, telling their story and raising the profile of rural Scotland and the people, ingenuity and businesses which make it so special.
As part of the sponsorship, listeners will have the chance to hear from Bell Ingram’s rural land management experts and the exciting projects they are working on across the country.
Rob Whitson, Head of Rural Land Management at Bell Ingram says: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with OnFARM. With our roots in rural estate management, we mange some of UK’s finest agricultural and sporting estates and currently oversee hundreds of thousands of hectares of private and corporate estates across the UK.
“Supporting the Scottish farming community is integral to Bell Ingram’s Rural Land Management work and, with many of our team members from agricultural backgrounds, our partnership with OnFARM only further cements this close relationship.
“We look forward to hearing the fascinating stories from guests on the podcast throughout the year and getting involved in important discussions on the topics of the day with Monty and the OnFARM team.”
OnFARM Presenter, Ross Montague (Monty) added: “We are delighted, and grateful to welcome Bell Ingram on board as a sponsor of OnFARM. Their sponsorship will give us the resource to support rural charities, events and other rural voices who may otherwise struggle to have their story heard.
“We are also hugely grateful to law firm, Gillespie Macandrew for agreeing a renewal of their sponsorship with OnFARM and auctioneers, Lawrie & Symington, for coming on board too.
“This is an exciting time for OnFARM, our listener numbers continue to grow and we are performing in the top 2% of global podcasts as monitored by the respected benchmarking platform, Listen Notes.”
Recent episodes of the OnFARM podcast have covered subjects as varied as an interview with farmer and best-selling crime fiction author, James Oswald, to a look at the history and excitement of horse racing in the Scottish Borders.
The OnFARM podcast can be found via Google or on most podcast hosting apps.
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About: Rob is Bell Ingram’s partner in charge of the Beauly office. He specialises in the management of rural properties for a range of private clients across the Highlands. This has included a number of significant and high profile sporting estates. For Land Management clients, Rob has worked on the negotiation of purchase/sale, servitude rights and renewable energy developments. He provides specialist management advice over a wide range of sporting estates particularly in relation to red deer stalking and salmon fisheries. Rob has enjoyed a long involvement with a number of district salmon fishery boards across the Highlands, and is a trustee of the Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust. He is Chair of the Highland Region for Scottish Land & Estates and also leads on valuations of commercial and rural property throughout Scotland in accordance with the RICS appraisal and valuation standards. Interests: Private Estate Management, Rural Land Management, Sporting Management, Valuations.