Women in agriculture groups across Scotland recently participated in a social media presence webinar as part of the farm advisory service. The groups were joined by SAC consulting social media fanatic Kerry Allison, who talked through the dos & don’ts of using social media to enhance your business.
In this episode George Gauley is joined by Lucy Tile from Bairnkine Farm, Jedburgh.Lucy runs a busy 1100 acres farming approximately 2000 sheep. If this wasn’t enough, Lucy also manages two holiday cottages offering guests a unique taste of the countryside. Owl Cottage which sleeps six, and Wild Rose Cottage which sleeps five. Lucy also runs a caravan site offering electric hook ups and hard standing. Bairnkine boasts a fantastic website not only offering info and bookings for holidays, but also including regular updates on the working farm. The business also operates a successful Facebook, twitter and Instagram accounts, helping to promote the business.
We find out more about what makes Bairnkine Farm tick and how Lucy effectively uses social media to effectively promote, the story of a working farm in conjunction with the holiday side of the business.
Click on the links below to learn more about Bairnkine farm.
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