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HarveyHughes Independent Rural Consultants specialises in providing professional support and technical advice to agricultural and rural business throughout the country but predominantly in the North West of England.
From our bases in Northwich and Penrith, we are able to offer a bespoke service to farmers, land owners and rural business across Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and North Wales.
The company advises on all aspects of farm and rural business management, including financial monitoring, strategic planning, environmental management schemes and diversification.
Our consultants are specialists in their field, and pride themselves in being at the forefront of their respective areas of expertise.
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“I have worked with HarveyHughes for a number of years on a wide range of projects. We have recently expanded to over 1000 cows, which required substantial planning and capital expenditure. HarveyHughes were involved throughout, and provided guidance on everything from proposing the plan to the bank, to cow housing and performance. I would definitely recommend HarveyHughes to anyone thinking of expanding.”
“HarveyHughes have been working with me for over a decade. As a tenant, this has ranged from negotiations with the landlord, to building cow accommodation and expanding the herd. On a day to day basis, we monitor cow performance, so we know we’re sticking to the plans we’ve made.”
“We are a very small valley farm with a very large, successful contracting business. After being highly recommended to us two years ago, HarveyHughes were drafted in to reorganise our farm business. Since then, they have achieved exactly what they came in to do, along with their farm secretary.
Tragically and very suddenly in January, my husband’s heart stopped. HarveyHughes were on board straight away to help support myself and my five children. They went over and above their station.”