Wool Growers

Adding value from farm to market

When it comes to greatest knowledge and expertise, PGG Wrightson is the first name in New Zealand wool.

As New Zealand’s leading wool broker and handler, PGG Wrightson Wool handles and markets a significant volume of the New Zealand wool clip annually, exporting wool direct to manufacturers and spinners worldwide by coordinating supply contracts direct with wool growers.

We handle and market all types of wool using a variety of sales methods including auction, private sale and forward contracts.

Our services

We offer the following services year round, to promote optimum wool production and to ensure our ability to present first-class lines of New Zealand wool to buyers and processors worldwide:

On-farm assistance  
With ram selection, stock management 
and animal nutrition.

Expert advice
Regarding woolshed preparation 
and shearing guidelines.

Bale cartage
Wool handling and efficient 
storage ahead of sale.

Meet exacting standards
Binning, interlotting and wool testing 
to meet exacting standards.

Wool sale
By auction, private sale or 
forward contract.

Seamless door-to-door transport 
and shipping facilities.

Supply contracts
Development and coordination 
of ongoing supply contracts.

Industry experts
Dissemination of market intelligence 
to all relevant parties.

Our local experts

We operate four processing centres throughout New Zealand located at Napier, Christchurch, Mosgiel and Invercargill. Our nationwide team of wool specialists provides a comprehensive range of high-quality services to our grower clients and to international and local wool processors.

Our nationwide wool representatives provide these services including on-farm assistance, in-store wool handling and expert processing to meet the exacting standards of select vertical wool manufacturing markets. We also work with key customers to secure wool from private sales. Our experienced team of wool experts around the country work together to source wool and find markets to sell into.

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