Wilson Farm Services

Wilson Farm Services is a locally run family business that specialises in the service and repair of farm machinery and tractors around the Tairawhiti district.

In 1981 the business was started by Mike Wilson, who drove around the district in his J1 Bedford truck to service local famers' machinery.

Kelly Wilson, Mike’s son, purchased the business in 2007.

Wilson Farm Services has a widespread client base with a service truck that continues to meet the needs of rural customers.

They visit properties as far north as Te Araroa, through to the middle of the gorge and down south to Wairoa and Lake Waikaremoana.

The business enjoys the support of local growers within the horticulture and the viticulture industry.

They supply Bare co and Sparex parts, and Croplands and Solo sprayer parts.

Wilson Farm Services
06 867 2866
Eden Lane (off Disraeli Street) Gisborne.
sales@wilsonfarmservices.co.nz

Wilson Farm Services is a locally run family business that specialises in the service and repair of farm machinery and tractors around the Tairawhiti district.

In 1981 the business was started by Mike Wilson, who drove around the district in his J1 Bedford truck to service local famers' machinery.

Kelly Wilson, Mike’s son, purchased the business in 2007.

Wilson Farm Services has a widespread client base with a service truck that continues to meet the needs of rural customers.

They visit properties as far north as Te Araroa, through to the middle of the gorge and down south to Wairoa and Lake Waikaremoana.

The business enjoys the support of local growers within the horticulture and the viticulture industry.

They supply Bare co and Sparex parts, and Croplands and Solo sprayer parts.

Wilson Farm Services
06 867 2866
Eden Lane (off Disraeli Street) Gisborne.
sales@wilsonfarmservices.co.nz

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