Central Otago


SHAUN TAUTI – Central Otago
Mobile: 027 321 8455

Shaun grew up on a family sheep farm in Tapanui- West Otago and has always had a passion of livestock and farming. After being educated at Blue Mountain College he spent 2 years in England where he played rugby and took the opportunity to travel. On returning to NZ Shaun started sheparding and over the past 17 years has worked his way into a management role where he is currently the overseas /manager of a fine wool station in Central Otago. Shaun has also run his own sheep contracting business for the past 8 years .Outside work Shaun enjoys hunting, fishing, rugby and spending time with his wife Sarah and 4 children.

NICK ANDERSON – Central Otago, South Otago
Mobile: 021 223 7997

Nick has been farming for the last 30 years based around the lower South Island, with the last 15 years based in the Waitaki. From management, to sheep contracting, to lease farming, Nick has experience in all aspects of the sheep and beef industry. Nick understands how important relationships are and enjoys seeing farmers thrive. Nick was co-coach of the North Otago Heartland team that won the Meads Cup in 2019. Nick continues to coach in various roles and pursues his passion for the sport, developing its upcoming talent. Nick is married to Tania, they have two children, both at boarding school in Dunedin. Family times revolves around sport or time at the lake.

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PW&A was established in 2002 by respected livestock brokers Peter Walsh and Hamish Lane. The pair’s experience in the livestock industry totalled more than four decades when they teamed up.

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PWA Finance

Peter Walsh & Associates Finance has been set up to strengthen and grow the company’s existing livestock trading business. It specialises in short-term financing (up to 12 months) of day-to-day livestock transactions.

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Your sale yard at your fingertips. Peter Walsh & Associates Ltd’s PW&A LIVEBid™ online auction system has been developed to facilitate the online auction selling of livestock.

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