Kelly Farm Consulting provides first class consultancy to dairy, beef and arable farms and related businesses throughout Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset, Hampshire, Berkshire and Devon.
Truly independent consultancy with no ties to the supply trade
Partners consulting since 1978
Innovative, practical solutions
Strong links with other professionals
We are very well known in the dairy cow and dairy goat industries, and we work with many of the Country’s top dairy herds, assisting them in constantly maintaining and increasing production, and profitability.
Whilst we are completely independent, with no ties to the supply trade, we strive to maintain close relationships with other professionals in the industry.
Sam Kelly PMIAgrM PGCert
Sam has been working in the industry since 2001, and over that period he has progressed to become a Dairy and Business Management Consultant. He achieved his Post Graduate Certificate with Distinction in Sustainable and Efficient Food Production with Aberystwyth University in 2015. Sam is well respected amongst his clients and strives to ensure high quality and accuracy in his work.
Beth Woodland MIAgSA
Senior Agricultural Secretary
Beth joined us in 2012 and is now Director of our sister company Kelly Secretarial Services, providing a wide range of secretarial and administrative services to our clients. For full details of the services the team provides please see www.kelly-secretarial.co.uk
Katie Lloyd MIAgSA
Katie joined us in 2015 as a Trainee Agricultural Secretary. Katie studied Business Studies at college which she passed with a Disinction*, and is now a fully qualified Agricultural Secretary following successful completion of a 3 year training programmme with us.
Eleanor-May joined us in 2018 as a Trainee Agricultural Secretary and completed her training in 2019 to become a fully qualified Agricultural Secretary
Eleanor-May has recently competed a Foundation Degree in Agriculture at Hartpury and has several years of practical farm work experience under her belt, particularly on dairy farms.