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01454 614624


The Farm Office, Manor Farm, Aust, Bristol BS35 4AT

Truly Independent Consultancy Services

Kelly Farm Consulting

We are committed to providing a first class Consultancy service to farms across Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset, Hampshire, Berkshire and Devon.  We are specialists in dairy cows, dairy goats, beef and arable farms and we are very proud to offer a flexible service from occasional advice to regular assistance with complete farm and estate management.

We pride ourselves on being completely independent.  We have no ties with the supply trade and we never take supplier commission.  This means we sell no feed, or any other physical products but can help in sourcing products such as feeds and additives across all possible suppliers.  We believe this sets us in a stronger position to give impartial consultancy advice than other consultancy businesses.

Technical & Tactical

We offer a range of advice on technical and tactical issues to drive your business forward

Business & Strategy

Our in house business management software allows us to provide a range of business management and strategic advice to support your business

Sourcing of Inputs

Our independence allows us to source inputs from across the market, ensuring the best value for money for you business

Industry Links

We maintain firm links with other professionals in the industry to ensure we can offer you the most comprehensive range of services possible

Contact Us

The Farm Office, Manor Farm, Aust, Bristol BS35 4AT

01454 614624

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