Dairy technical advice
Business management advice
FACTS qualified consultant - fertiliser and soil management advice and nutrient planning work.
Succession Planning and Joint Ventures
Dairy, Beef, Sheep, Business, Compliance Arable & Grassland
Why are you an effective Advisor?
Iwan has worked as a dairy specialist for over 25 years operating in the South Wales region.
He delivers both financial and technical advice to the dairy sector.
Providing financial advice which involves analysing business performance, benchmarking, discussing future options and creating specific year forward forecast including cashflows.
Technical advice involves high level dairy nutrition.
As a FACTS qualified advisor, Iwan is able to formulate nutrient management plans for farm businesses.
Iwan helps individuals meet their business asspirations and is competent in assessing farm and land requirements to seek solutions to their challenges.
Iwan is able to guide new entrants and established family businesses through the development of joint ventures and succession planning.
Having extensive knowledge of support schemes including BPS, Water Pollution Regulations and a wide range of Welsh Government legislation Iwan can provide support and financial benefit to your business.
Iwan having worked as a field officer for Welsh Government for a period undertaking farm inspections, he has a good understanding of policy and compliance.
As a former lecturer at Gelli Aur Agricultural College, Iwan is always happy to share his knowledge and understanding of specific subject areas.
Iwan is passionate about helping agricultural businesses develop and challenging them to move the business forward.
- Director and a founding member of CARA Wales Ltd.
- BSc (Hons) Agriculture
- Member of British Institute of Agricultural Consultants
- FACTS qualified
- 30 years of experience within the Agricultural industry.
- Finalist in the Farmers Weekly Farm Advisor of the year competition.
- Regularly prepares presentations for organisations and discussion groups.
“ Do the simple things extraordinarily well”