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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 ...

Celebrating 40 years of the IHC Calf and Rural Scheme

This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the IHC Calf and Rural Scheme, which has raised some $40 million in that time. PGG Wrightson Livestock has been a principal sponsor since the beginning, working alongside the IHC to encourage farmers to donate or pledge stock for offer at auction, with proceeds going to support people living with intellectual disability and their families.

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Preparation paying off

With the first wool sales under our belt into the new wool season, good premiums are on offer for well grown and better prepared pre-lamb fleece of good colour, sound and low VM (less than 0.3 per cent) crossbred wool. Please contact your local wool representative to discuss best practice...

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Staff profile: Jared Manihera – A passion for wool

Jared Manihera is never far from wool. “I grew up in Masterton where my parents were shearing contractors for 25 years. I left school at 15, though Dad banned me from going into the sheds until I turned 16, so I stacked shelves at Woolworths for six months,” he says. He worked as a shearer for the...

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Wool donations sought for Southland Charity Hospital

In 2018 Blair Vining, from Winton, Southland was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer that had spread to his liver and lungs. He believed that better healthcare could have saved his life. Before he died, Blair campaigned for a national cancer agency, starting a petition that was backed by 140,000...

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Northland outdoor workwear company lines up the advantages of wool

Kaiwaka Clothing was established in 1975 by Ross Stewart. Ross was a fifth generation local farmer in the small Northland settlement, so he understood what it means to work outdoors, which is reflected in the clothing the company produces. Nearly five decades later Ross’s sons and grandsons have a...

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New home build makes the most of wool

When North Canterbury farming couple Greg and Lois Newell were planning to build their new house they were determined to use as much wool as possible. Greg and Lois have leased a 300 hectare North Loburn property since 1992, and purchased 80 hectares of it in 2009, partly with a mind to build. They...

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Schools programme passes momentous milestone

Wool in Schools is a PGG Wrightson sponsored initiative to educate and inspire kiwi children about the wonders of wool. Established in 2015 and comprising converted shipping containers that travel the country visiting schools and sharing knowledge about our fibre, Wool in Schools will shortly pass...

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Wool Street Journal
Wool
Market Commentary

Preparation paying off

With the first wool sales under our belt into the new wool season, good premiums are on offer for well grown and better prepared pre-lamb fleece of good colour, sound and low VM (less than 0.3 per cent) crossbred wool. Please contact your local wool representative to discuss best practice...

Video or image
Categories
Wool
Wool Street Journal
Community
Company News

Staff profile: Jared Manihera – A passion for wool

Jared Manihera is never far from wool. “I grew up in Masterton where my parents were shearing contractors for 25 years. I left school at 15, though Dad banned me from going into the sheds until I turned 16, so I stacked shelves at Woolworths for six months,” he says. He worked as a shearer for the...

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Wool
Wool Street Journal
Community
Company News

Wool donations sought for Southland Charity Hospital

In 2018 Blair Vining, from Winton, Southland was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer that had spread to his liver and lungs. He believed that better healthcare could have saved his life. Before he died, Blair campaigned for a national cancer agency, starting a petition that was backed by 140,000...

Video or image
Categories
Wool Street Journal
Wool
Community

Northland outdoor workwear company lines up the advantages of wool

Kaiwaka Clothing was established in 1975 by Ross Stewart. Ross was a fifth generation local farmer in the small Northland settlement, so he understood what it means to work outdoors, which is reflected in the clothing the company produces. Nearly five decades later Ross’s sons and grandsons have a...

Video or image
Categories
Wool
Wool Street Journal
Community
Organic

New home build makes the most of wool

When North Canterbury farming couple Greg and Lois Newell were planning to build their new house they were determined to use as much wool as possible. Greg and Lois have leased a 300 hectare North Loburn property since 1992, and purchased 80 hectares of it in 2009, partly with a mind to build. They...

Video or image
Categories
Wool Street Journal
Wool
Community

Schools programme passes momentous milestone

Wool in Schools is a PGG Wrightson sponsored initiative to educate and inspire kiwi children about the wonders of wool. Established in 2015 and comprising converted shipping containers that travel the country visiting schools and sharing knowledge about our fibre, Wool in Schools will shortly pass...