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27 February 2021

Alert Level 3 Guidelines

PGG Wrightson is able to provide essential products and services to regions affected by Alert Level 3.

  • Retail stores are open for contactless collection or delivery of products with restricted payment options
  • Saleyards are closed with livestock sales and auctions able to continue on bidr®
  • Wool stores and auctions are operational
  • Reps are able to travel within their own region for on-farm visits
  • On-farm services can be conducted isolation with no face-to-face contact
  • Real Estate offices are closed to the public

It’s vital that we continue to maintain physical distancing, hygiene protocols and contactless interactions with our customers at our stores and on-farm.  PGG Wrightson will continue to adhere to the Government guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

We know many farmers and growers across the country continue to operate under challenging circumstances. If you have an questions around how we can help support you and your business, please reach out to us.

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Alert Level 2 Guidelines

27 February 2021

All of our products and services are available at Alert Level 2 with some restrictions and protocols in place. 

These include:

  • All visitors must or scan or sign in, wear a face covering, and sanitise hands on entry when visiting a PGW site.
  • 2 metre physical distancing is required in our stores and sites
  • Saleyards are operational – some may have restrictions on attendee numbers.
  • Wool stores and auctions are operational.
  • Reps are able to travel between regions for on-farm visits.
  • On-farm services can be conducted maintaining 1 metre physical distancing.
  • Property viewings and open homes are permitted maintaining 2 metre physical distancing.

PGG Wrightson will continue to adhere to the Government guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

We know many farmers and growers across the country continue to operate under challenging circumstances. If you have an questions around how we can help support you and your business, please reach out to us.

FIND A REPRESENTATIVE  |  FIND A LOCATION  |  SEND AN ENQUIRY

 

Alert Level 1 Guidelines

07 March 2021

Our full offering of products and services are available at Alert Level 1.

This includes:

  • All of our stores and offices are open with normal trading hours
  • Saleyards and wool stores are operational
  • Reps are able to travel between regions for on-farm visits
  • Property viewings and open homes are permitted

PGG Wrightson will continue to adhere to the Government guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

Thank you New Zealand for your support and uniting against COVID-19!

 

Canterbury Weather Event Update

01 June 2021

Our thoughts are with those who have been affected by the severe weather event in Canterbury and we are monitoring the situation closely to establish what support our customers and communities need and how we can assist. ‘Helping grow the country’ is our vision and is at the heart of what we do, and this is especially the case at times of challenge and adversity.

The Canterbury region and surrounding areas have experienced a significant flood event and the full impact of this may not be known until flood waters recede and assessments undertaken. That effort is getting underway as the rain has eased. In the meantime, all our stores remain open, and our staff will be contacting customers and getting on-farm where practicable and offering support. We have heard of heartening stories of neighbours and communities helping one another.

The Rural Support Trust teams are coordinating their response efforts in the rural areas and PGW will continue to liaise and assist where we are able to do so. The Trust is also available to provide support and advice and details can be found at www.rural-support.org.nz.

Both the Temuka and Canterbury Park livestock saleyards will remain closed this week as assessment of the roading infrastructure in the area is assessed.  As conditions allow, we hope that the calendared sales will recommence again soon and we will update the situation on our website.

Road and bridge closures have caused disruption to transport routes and damaged roads cause hazards for drivers, so please be cautious when driving. For our part, PGW will also be assessing the impacts that road closures will have on logistics and our supply chain. We are also in the process of assessing the immediate needs of our farmer customers as they look to address flood damage and implications for livestock etc.

PGW is committed to supporting our customers through this challenging period of damage assessment and the recovery phase. We continue to monitor the situation and we will work with customers to respond to any challenges that may emerge.

Further information on support available and information is available through the following:

For further information about how we can support you with your on-farm needs please contact your local PGW store or representative.

 

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