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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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8 February 2024
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Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Dispersal sale for renowned inter-generational Manawatu studstock business

Angus breed champions bowing out. Alan, Michele, Colin and Louise Dalziell, owners of renowned Manawatu beef stud Atahua Angus, are bringing the curtain down on their business with a dispersal sale on 8 April. Atahua Angus was established by Alan and Colin’s parents Elsie and Verdun Dalziell in 1961...

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8 February 2024
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Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Market for dairy herds trending up

Improving prospects prompt strong enquiry. Anyone considering selling a dairy herd this autumn should consult a PGG Wrightson Livestock representative without delay. Herds going under contract now will settle in May and June, meaning market interest picks up from February as the main season for herd...

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8 February 2024
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Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Deer prospects positive

Strong stag sale season responds to encouraging market signals for venison and velvet. Conditions for New Zealand deer farmers remain generally positive. Through the now completed stag sale season quality stock went for high prices. A couple of three-year old velvet stags sold for more than $100,000...

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8 February 2024
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Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Curtain coming down on longstanding Taranaki beef stud

March dispersal sale scheduled for AngusPure partner Wairere Angus. A longstanding Taranaki beef stud is winding down, with its 19 March dispersal sale providing farmers an opportunity for some highly rated genetics. AngusPure partner Wairere Angus Stud at Meremere, near Hawera, South Taranaki was...

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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...

Video or image
8 February 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Dispersal sale for renowned inter-generational Manawatu studstock business

Angus breed champions bowing out. Alan, Michele, Colin and Louise Dalziell, owners of renowned Manawatu beef stud Atahua Angus, are bringing the curtain down on their business with a dispersal sale on 8 April. Atahua Angus was established by Alan and Colin’s parents Elsie and Verdun Dalziell in 1961...

Video or image
8 February 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Market for dairy herds trending up

Improving prospects prompt strong enquiry. Anyone considering selling a dairy herd this autumn should consult a PGG Wrightson Livestock representative without delay. Herds going under contract now will settle in May and June, meaning market interest picks up from February as the main season for herd...

Video or image
8 February 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock
Market Commentary

Deer prospects positive

Strong stag sale season responds to encouraging market signals for venison and velvet. Conditions for New Zealand deer farmers remain generally positive. Through the now completed stag sale season quality stock went for high prices. A couple of three-year old velvet stags sold for more than $100,000...

Video or image
8 February 2024
Categories
Over the Farm Gate
Livestock

Curtain coming down on longstanding Taranaki beef stud

March dispersal sale scheduled for AngusPure partner Wairere Angus. A longstanding Taranaki beef stud is winding down, with its 19 March dispersal sale providing farmers an opportunity for some highly rated genetics. AngusPure partner Wairere Angus Stud at Meremere, near Hawera, South Taranaki was...

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