Experts in buying and selling livestock
PGG Wrightson is the largest nationwide business servicing the needs of New Zealand's livestock industry. We provide agency services for the sale and purchase of livestock through auction, private sale, on farm sales and specialist stud stock sales. Our experienced nationwide team handle all categories of livestock and can offer a range of options when it comes to helping you purchase or sell stock, and provide valuations.
PGG Wrightson has more than 80 specialist dairy representatives, involved in trading 150,000+ head of dairy livestock annually.Read more
Sheep & Beef
Our representatives can offer a range of options when it comes to helping you purchase or sell stock, and provide valuations.Read more
Deer & Velvet
Our deer and velvet specialists operate throughout New Zealand, servicing all aspects of the deer industry.Read more
Genetics & Breeding
In an industry as competitive as farming, every advantage counts. And that’s exactly what we give the breeders and farmers we partner with.Read more
Animal health and welfare
PGG Wrightson Livestock works in partnership with industry and Government agencies to ensure compliance requirements are met or exceeded.
Livestock market updates
Read the latest livestock market updates to get up to speed on market commentary, stories, news and more from around the country.
Second annual online semen sale will showcase elite beef genetics Trans-Tasman PGG Wrightson’s second annual online bull semen sale is scheduled for 24 August. This is an excellent opportunity for the country’s premier stud businesses to showcase their elite genetics to the Trans-Tasman market: as...
Right at home in Waikato North Waikato is home for Stephen Hickey. Not only did he grow up on his parents’ 250 hectare, 650 cow Te Kauwhata dairy farm, he sharemilked the property for them for 25 years. Then he became a livestock representative for PGG Wrightson in 2017, initially for two and a half...
Taking off your business hat and becoming a friend Before he went into livestock, Paul Anthony spent 25 years bringing machinery and cars to New Zealand from all around the world, which taught him a few lessons, and left him with a public health warning attached. “Dealing with different people in...