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Swandri Mariner Jersey

Swanndri's Men's Mariner Jersey is a functional yet smart jersey, designed with a quarter zip neck. Save 20%
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2024 Bull Sales

Looking to buy Bulls this season? View the sales dates now!
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PGG Wrightson joins A Lighter Touch

A Lighter Touch supports growers to move to more sustainable crop protection methods.
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Barnyard Layer Pellets Bundle Deal

Created for smaller poultry producers, Layer Pellets are for laying hens, designed to give hens a nutritionally balanced meal to meet her needs throughout the laying cycle.
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Regardless of whether you have been farming for years, are just starting out, or simply are interested in agriculture, PGG Wrightson offers an unsurpassed range of products and services – all aimed at helping grow the country.

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Did you know we stock a wide range of products such as Fencing Materials, Agri-Chemicals, Animal Health, Clothing, Fertiliser and much more ...

IHC Calf and Rural Scheme

Thanks to the generous support of New Zealand farmers, the IHC Calf and Rural Scheme has been transforming the lives of people with disabilities in rural areas for the last 40+ years.

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13 June 2024
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Livestock
Market Commentary

Livestock Report: A green drought, land use changes, and avocados in Northland

Northland is experiencing a bit of a green drought despite recent rainfall, according to PGG Wrightson regional livestock manager, Bernie McGahan. For the uninitiated, a green drought is when there is just enough rain to keep the grass green, but not enough for it to grow. There had been 20-25mm of...

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10 June 2024
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Wool
National Shearing Circuit

Canterbury Shears: The show must go on

The Canterbury Shears’ national Corriedale shearing and woolhandling championships are confirmed to take place in November, despite the Canterbury A&P Society's decision to cancel the New Zealand Agricultural Show. Despite the decision not to host the show this year, shearing and other sections have...

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10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

SkyCount debuts at Fieldays: transforming livestock audits with AI

Exclusive to PGG Wrightson Livestock, SkyCount integrates aerial imagery and AI software to conduct livestock audits at a new level of speed, accuracy and efficiency. A revolutionary new way to tally livestock is on display this week at Mystery Creek Fieldays. SkyCount, PGG Wrightson’s innovative...

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10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Focused on showing her own worth

At age 16 Hayley MacDonald left school and decided to learn agriculture the practical way – now she has her dream job. Hayley MacDonald is one of PGG Wrightson’s newest staff members, coming into the company as a livestock trainee in early May. Growing up on a lifestyle property in Ohoka, North...

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10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Hybrid bidr option gaining traction with bull sales

Online access to on-farm auctions paying off in convenience and cost for buyers and sellers as New Zealand’s virtual saleyard surpasses 10,000 users. After three weeks of this year’s bull sales, bidr continues to consolidate its role as an increasingly important part of the livestock marketing mix...

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10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Store lambs coming off South Island farms

A dry autumn putting feed under pressure in many South Island districts prompted steady de-stocking, with stock generally finding buyers elsewhere. Widespread dry conditions dominate the winter plans of South Island farmers. Store lambs came off farms at a steady rate during May, generally finding...

Video or image
13 June 2024
Categories
Livestock
Market Commentary

Livestock Report: A green drought, land use changes, and avocados in Northland

Northland is experiencing a bit of a green drought despite recent rainfall, according to PGG Wrightson regional livestock manager, Bernie McGahan. For the uninitiated, a green drought is when there is just enough rain to keep the grass green, but not enough for it to grow. There had been 20-25mm of...

Video or image
10 June 2024
Categories
Wool
National Shearing Circuit

Canterbury Shears: The show must go on

The Canterbury Shears’ national Corriedale shearing and woolhandling championships are confirmed to take place in November, despite the Canterbury A&P Society's decision to cancel the New Zealand Agricultural Show. Despite the decision not to host the show this year, shearing and other sections have...

Video or image
10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

SkyCount debuts at Fieldays: transforming livestock audits with AI

Exclusive to PGG Wrightson Livestock, SkyCount integrates aerial imagery and AI software to conduct livestock audits at a new level of speed, accuracy and efficiency. A revolutionary new way to tally livestock is on display this week at Mystery Creek Fieldays. SkyCount, PGG Wrightson’s innovative...

Video or image
10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Focused on showing her own worth

At age 16 Hayley MacDonald left school and decided to learn agriculture the practical way – now she has her dream job. Hayley MacDonald is one of PGG Wrightson’s newest staff members, coming into the company as a livestock trainee in early May. Growing up on a lifestyle property in Ohoka, North...

Video or image
10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Hybrid bidr option gaining traction with bull sales

Online access to on-farm auctions paying off in convenience and cost for buyers and sellers as New Zealand’s virtual saleyard surpasses 10,000 users. After three weeks of this year’s bull sales, bidr continues to consolidate its role as an increasingly important part of the livestock marketing mix...

Video or image
10 June 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Store lambs coming off South Island farms

A dry autumn putting feed under pressure in many South Island districts prompted steady de-stocking, with stock generally finding buyers elsewhere. Widespread dry conditions dominate the winter plans of South Island farmers. Store lambs came off farms at a steady rate during May, generally finding...

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