PGG Wrightson is sticking with the IHC Calf & Rural scheme, committing to another three years of support for the scheme which was launched in 1982 and has grown to be one of New Zealand’s most successful charitable programmes. The rural donation scheme has raised more than $41 million for IHC funds that impacting the lives of those it serves. PGG Wrightson’s legacy with the IHC is now more than 44 years. PGG Wrightson Livestock general manager Peter Newbold says the scheme has always been about rural people doing their practical best to support a community need and a genuine commitment of farmers who pledge their livestock, with the sale proceeds being donated to the IHC.
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