GO-STOCK

Helping farmers manage cashflow

GO-STOCK from PGG Wrightson provides sheep and beef farmers with a livestock trading margin* with no initial cash outlay.

  • For trading and finishing stock.
  • PGG Wrightson buy the stock. No initial cash outlay for you.
  • Use your capital funds elsewhere.
  • We own the stock. You graze the stock.
  • We use our livestock agency services to buy and sell the stock.
  • You decide when and where we sell the stock - store or prime.
  • You receive the trading margin from the stock, less our rate and selling costs.
  • Simple to set up and easy to use.

*Subject to contract terms.

GO-BEEF

You will be in control with GO-BEEF. Cattle can be sold store or prime.

Find out more about GO-BEEF

GO-LAMB

You will be in control with GO-LAMB. Lambs can be sold store or prime.

Find out more about GO-LAMB

GO-DEER

You will be in control with GO-DEER. Deer can be sold store or prime.

Find out more about GO-DEER

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Latest GO-STOCK News

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Wool Street Journal
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Animal Management
Farm Maintenance

Time to minimise vegetable matter – and horehound

As we progress towards pre-lamb shearing in the coming months, growers need to prepare to minimise VM in the wool they are set to consign. There are two different classes of VM contaminant: most, the likes of hay, manuka leaf, and grass seed, which is relatively easy to remove, washing out of the...

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Go-Stock provides cashflow solution for young South Canterbury farming couple

Efficient and easy to use option leaves clients free to find better uses for their capital. PGG Wrightson offers an easy solution for on-farm cashflow: Go-Stock. Since 2016 Go-Stock has put 1.55 million lambs and 240,000 cattle onto New Zealand farms. For farmers operating under Go-Stock, PGG...

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Market Commentary
Animal Management
Breeding and Genetics
Farmers Voice

Ram sale season showing red meat's strength

Selections focus on FE, worms, marbling and progeny performance This year's annual ram sale season is underway, showing the current strength of the red meat sector. Clients are focused on genetics resilient or resistant to facial eczema and worms. Eating quality is a critical factor in most...

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Categories
Wool Street Journal
Wool
Animal Management
Farm Maintenance

Time to minimise vegetable matter – and horehound

As we progress towards pre-lamb shearing in the coming months, growers need to prepare to minimise VM in the wool they are set to consign. There are two different classes of VM contaminant: most, the likes of hay, manuka leaf, and grass seed, which is relatively easy to remove, washing out of the...

Video or image
Categories
Company News
Animal Management
Research and Development

Go-Stock provides cashflow solution for young South Canterbury farming couple

Efficient and easy to use option leaves clients free to find better uses for their capital. PGG Wrightson offers an easy solution for on-farm cashflow: Go-Stock. Since 2016 Go-Stock has put 1.55 million lambs and 240,000 cattle onto New Zealand farms. For farmers operating under Go-Stock, PGG...

Video or image
Categories
Market Commentary
Animal Management
Breeding and Genetics
Farmers Voice

Ram sale season showing red meat's strength

Selections focus on FE, worms, marbling and progeny performance This year's annual ram sale season is underway, showing the current strength of the red meat sector. Clients are focused on genetics resilient or resistant to facial eczema and worms. Eating quality is a critical factor in most...