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27 February 2024
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Market Commentary
Wool
National Shearing Circuit

Wool Report: Insights into market resilience and industry trends

In a recent interview with Rowena Duncum from The Country, Grant Edwards, the General Manager of Wool at PGG Wrightson, provided valuable insights into the current state of the wool market and highlighted significant developments within the industry. Market Overview Grant Edwards began by discussing...

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26 February 2024
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Community
Ahuwhenua

Ahuwhenua Trophy Finalists Announced

Pictured: Finalists from Whakatōhea Mãori Trust Board and Wairarapa Moana ki Pouakani Incorporation with Minister Tama Potaka, Minister Todd McClay, Ahuwhenua Trophy Chair, Nukuhia Hadfield and Pou Tikanga Trevor Moeke. The finalists in this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori dairy farm were...

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19 February 2024
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Market Commentary

Property report: Farm succession affecting the rural market

A positive breeze is sweeping through the rural property space, with a high volume of listings entering the market. “Things are really changing,” general manager of PGG Wrightson Real Estate, Peter Newbold , told The Country’s Jamie Mackay. A portion of those listings were down to natural movements...

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9 February 2024
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Livestock
Market Commentary

Livestock report: Self-shedding Wiltshire sheep fetch top prices

Self-shedding Wiltshire sheep are bringing in high prices at the moment, says PGG Wrightson’s Regional Livestock Manager - Te Kuiti, Kevin Mortensen. Mortensen told The Country’s Jamie Mackay that breeding ewes were fetching up to $500. The sale happened last week, at a yarding of around 5800 sheep...

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27 February 2024
Categories
Market Commentary
Wool
National Shearing Circuit

Wool Report: Insights into market resilience and industry trends

In a recent interview with Rowena Duncum from The Country, Grant Edwards, the General Manager of Wool at PGG Wrightson, provided valuable insights into the current state of the wool market and highlighted significant developments within the industry. Market Overview Grant Edwards began by discussing...

Video or image
26 February 2024
Categories
Community
Ahuwhenua

Ahuwhenua Trophy Finalists Announced

Pictured: Finalists from Whakatōhea Mãori Trust Board and Wairarapa Moana ki Pouakani Incorporation with Minister Tama Potaka, Minister Todd McClay, Ahuwhenua Trophy Chair, Nukuhia Hadfield and Pou Tikanga Trevor Moeke. The finalists in this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori dairy farm were...

Video or image
19 February 2024
Categories
Market Commentary

Property report: Farm succession affecting the rural market

A positive breeze is sweeping through the rural property space, with a high volume of listings entering the market. “Things are really changing,” general manager of PGG Wrightson Real Estate, Peter Newbold , told The Country’s Jamie Mackay. A portion of those listings were down to natural movements...

Video or image
9 February 2024
Categories
Livestock
Market Commentary

Livestock report: Self-shedding Wiltshire sheep fetch top prices

Self-shedding Wiltshire sheep are bringing in high prices at the moment, says PGG Wrightson’s Regional Livestock Manager - Te Kuiti, Kevin Mortensen. Mortensen told The Country’s Jamie Mackay that breeding ewes were fetching up to $500. The sale happened last week, at a yarding of around 5800 sheep...

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