Rural Landscape

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the country

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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.

What we offer

Products and Services

Our ability to provide a diverse range of products and services enables us to be one of the major suppliers to the agricultural sector in New Zealand. We deal with leading suppliers to ensure our customers have access to market leading brands and products.

Expertise and Advice

We have a range of specialist teams who work with our representatives to provide additional support and expertise to our customers. We also provide the latest information on farming practices, industry news and market commentary through our blog.

Our Nationwide Network

PGG Wrightson has an extensive nationwide network of representatives across our livestock, real estate, water, wool, insurance, arable and horticultural businesses. You can be sure to find a representative near you.

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Open an Account

We can make trading with us even easier by helping you to open an account. This allows you the flexibility to charge all PGG Wrightson services to the one account.

Bill Smart Services

Our Bill Smart options make running your farm operation easier, plus the added benefit of some great savings when billing power, phone, mobile, internet and fuel to your PGG Wrightson Monthly Trade Account.

Connect with Us

PGG Wrightson values the connection we have with our customers to share our stories, profile the latest news and business activities.

Who we are

Our History

PGG Wrightson is a New Zealand business listed on the NZ Stock Exchange (NZX:PGW). We have a rich heritage of more than 165 years working alongside New Zealand farmers to service their on-farm needs.

Our Business

Our business employs over 1800 permanent employees throughout New Zealand – from Kaitaia in the north to Invercargill in the south – providing farmers with a full service offering complimented with the knowledge and expertise of our people. 

Our Purpose

Our vision as a group is to be Leaders in the Field. This means being a trusted partner to our customers and being leaders in all that we do.

Keep informed with the latest news Latest news

Roundup - Country TV | June 2021

Watch as Joe Higgins joins Mark Leishman on Country TV discussing some sucessful Canterbury bull sales, recent floods and the local market.
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Property Collection Winter 2021 Out Now

The new PGG Wrightson Real Estate publication the Property Collection is out now. This winter property publication highlights quality rural, lifestyle, residential and commercial properties listed for sale throughout New Zealand.

Our sales team throughout the country have been continuously busy across autumn and now leading into the spring listing period, with inquiry from prospective purchasers and action from aspiring vendors. This publication has an interesting variety of stories plus market commentary from around the country.

As you can see in this winter edition of the Property Collection, we have plenty of excellent listings awaiting your inspection and a national team of expert locals who can assist and guide you. 

Read the Winter 2021 articles online using the links below or read the full publication here.

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Property report: Rural market still going strong

The Country's Jamie Mackay is joined by PGG Wrightson's General Manager for Rural Real Estate Peter Newbold, to take a look at the rural property market this month.
Mackay said there was only one word to describe the market at the moment - "gangbusters."
Newbold agreed, adding that it had been an incredible past few months for the market and there had been a real lift in farm sales for the first time in a while.

Mackay asked if the out of kilter land prices from the previous "dairy boom" would happen again.
Newbold said he doubted this would happen, as people were more astute.
He thought there would be strong sales, but not necessarily a "boom".
Mackay said people had avoided the dairy market but recent turnarounds had made it a great yield story.

Newbold added that while it had taken a bit longer than people wanted, there was increased interest in dairy, and banks were looking more favourably at the wider rural market.
The sheep and beef market continued to be strong, but the wool market wasn't "too flash," Mackay said.
Prospect for lamb, beef, and mutton were looking extremely positive and Newbold noted that sales of these properties had been exceptional.

Horticulture continued to be going "great-guns" and no one seems to be selling, Mackay said.
Newbold added that there was no shortage of buyers for horticulture properties.
Banks had loosened the reins on loans in the rural property market and were lending with more enthusiasm, as rural property transactions and interest increased.
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IHC at Fieldays with Stephen Guerin and Jamie MacKay

The Country's Jamie MacKay catches up with PGG Wrightson's CEO Stephen Guerin to chat about the IHC Calf & Rural scheme. The IHC Calf & Rural Scheme is proudly supported by PGG Wrightson Livestock and has raised almost $40m to support people with intellectual disabilities in rural communities for almost 40 years.
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