PGG Wrightson Grain is one of New Zealand's leading arable industry businesses. The business operates throughout New Zealand and provides products and services to New Zealand's arable growers, livestock producers and to food and feed manufacturers.
PGG Wrightson Grain has an established R&D infrastructure, extensive international plant breeding relationships, and research and trial sites throughout New Zealand. Our plant breeding programmes based on local research and international breeding relationships enable new plant cultivars to be developed and commercialised for the New Zealand market.
PGG Wrightson Grain is New Zealand's leading supplier of cereal seed products. Our seed production systems and processes ensure high quality certified seed is produced and marketed each year. The cultivars selected to be part of our product portfolio have demonstrated production benefits and advantages in trials over several years prior to commercialisation.
PGG Wrightson Grain provides production and supply contracts and options to arable growers, livestock producers, and food and feed manufacturers. Our crop marketing, procurement and supply activities are managed by staff with extensive arable industry experience based in Hamilton, Feilding, Christchurch and Ashburton. Field representatives located in New Zealand's key arable production areas provide growers with on-farm support, information and advice.
PGG Wrightson Grain supplies bulk and bagged grain products to livestock producers. Grain and pulse products (maize, wheat, barley, triticale, oats, peas and beans) are supplied whole and in a crushed or kibbled form. To meet specific requirements custom mixing of grain and pulse products is also available.
PGG Wrightson Grain operates grain drying and storage facilities throughout New Zealand. Facilities are located in the Waikato, Manawatu, Hawkes Bay and Canterbury. Experienced processing staff manage grain intake and delivery and ensure maize grain drying and storage is meets customer requirements and industry standards.
A nationwide team of technical field representatives and agronomists assist growers to maximise grain productivity and profitability opportunities. Agronomic research programmes identify and test new technologies and techniques to improve production performance.