agOnline - Livestock

Buy and sell livestock with agOnline

Keep up to date with the New Zealand livestock market with agOnline.

agOnline is the key source for livestock listings from around the country supported by our national network of PGG Wrightson Livestock Agents.

Contact your local PGW Livestock Agent today and make sure you are up to date with the latest livestock listings and sales results from throughout New Zealand.

Livestock Quote Listings

agOnline features a Livestock Quotes section that allows you to view listings of stock that is for sale, wanted to buy and any upcoming sales. This is essentially an electronic market board that brings buyers and sellers together, nationwide, every day for most classes of stock.

You don’t need to register and anyone can view this information.

Upcoming Sales

PGG Wrightson Livestock facilitate many private on-farm auctions throughout the year. You can find upcoming livestock sales on agOnline. Simply filter your search to show on-farm sales or search by category of livestock. The details will show the location, date, time and an overview of what is on offer.

If you are interested in purchasing livestock at these auctions, you are welcome to attend in person or ask your Livestock representative to bid on your behalf.

If you have a significant line of stock to sell and think that the interest in the lots would warrant a specific date on the rural calendar, please discuss with your Livestock representative.


We operate from liveweight selling centres and over 50 saleyards located throughout New Zealand. With agOnline you can browse the sales happening online and around the country with our saleyards schedule and results. 

At auction, buyers can elect to bid themselves or use the services of our livestock team to bid for them. If you would like to sell your stock through any of the saleyard auctions please get in touch with your local Livestock representative who will talk you through the necessary steps.

Please note: We only provide sales results from a selection of saleyards.

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