WHO ARE WE?

Bayliss Bros Ltd is run by brothers Jarred and Brogan Bayliss. The boys grew up on dairy farms around the North Island, before residing to Cambridge on the fourth-generation dairy farm.

Dad, Kerry and Mum, Kim have always been hard workers and shown the boys that you can’t dream about success, you need to work for it!

Jarred Bayliss – Director

Jarred enjoys the running of the company but can’t bring himself to get out of machinery just yet! When he’s not organising or making phone calls, you will find him in a Harvester working alongside his staff. Jarred has always had a love for tractors, equipment and new technology.

In his spare time, you’ll find him on the motocross track or researching new machinery!

Brogan Bayliss – Director


After many years of working on the family dairy farm, Brogan decided it was time for a change and started working alongside Jarred. Brogan loves the varied work, and how every day is different. He’s a problem solver so loves new challenges.

In his spare time, you’ll find him doing any kind of adventure sports.

Jess Bayliss – Accounts Manager

Jess, originally from the U.K, met husband Jarred while he visited Wales to play rugby. As the welsh rain doesn’t make for good silage season, they returned home to NZ to begin their future in rural contracting.

In her spare time, you’ll find her saving lives within St John or running around after their two gorgeous girls.

Miah Mae - The Boss

Miah Mae is the eldest daughter of Jess and Jarred, she is in charge of keeping spirits high during the long seasonal hours and loves watching the machinery work.

In her spare time, you’ll find her in the workshop with the boys, and her dolls!

Ryan Murphy - Truck Manager

Ryan is our truck manager. He manages his own truck, working alongside Revital, Cambridge. Ryan is our longest standing employee and a critical member of the team, if he's not delivering loads in the truck then he's jumping in a tractor to take some pressure off the team.

In his spare time, you’ll find him behind the wheel of a drift car (when it’s not broken down or in bits!) or battling with the boys on the motocross track.