Ag Consulting Co
Ag Consulting Co
Innovative Growth

Ag Consulting Co

Ag Consulting Co develops technical, business and people skills in agriculture and regions.

Based in South Australia, Ag Consulting Co was established in 1995 by husband and wife team, Bill and Jeanette Long.

Their vision is to

  • Build the capacity of farmers and those business who provide key support to farm businesses

  • Support and develop the skills of women in agriculture and rural communities

  • Inspire farm businesses to build great teams and do transition well.

  • Assist and enable the people and organisations they work with in rural communities to reach their potential.

This is achieved through;

  • Facilitating learning and change workshops

  • Individually tailored workshop design and facilitation

  • Farm Advisory Boards

  • Strategic farm business planning

  • Coaching and mentoring

  • Project Management

  • Leadership Training

  • Keynote Speaking


Ag Consulting Co is proud of its achievements;

delivering successful consulting, project delivery, coaching, research and facilitation

Our services are professional and delivered at a high standard. 

Ag Consulting Co and staff have been recognised with the following awards;


  • Young Achievers Award for Rural Development  1990
  • Recipient of South Australian Travel Bursary to attend the second International Conference on Women in Agriculture, Washington DC 1998
  • Spencer TAFE Lecturer Award for Primary Industries 2001
  • Centenary Medal 2003
  • RIRDC SA Rural Woman Recipient 2004
  • Emerald Grain, 100 Women in Australian AgriBusiness 2014


  • Churchill fellowship 2010
  • Duncan Correll Travel Scholarship - Fungicides, Plant growth regulators and nitrogen technology, New Zealand
  • Fellow of the Australian Society of Agronomy 2015
  • Life membership Yorke Peninsula Alkaline Soils Group 2015
  • GRDC Seed of Light 2020

Ag Consulting Co

  • Farmbiz training award finalist "For significant contribution to training in risk management for SA primary producers and land managers" - Building personal and community resilience 2008