About Us

About Us

Founded in 1982, Landquip started off as a small-town engineering company, with only a couple of products. In 1995, the business was bought by Engineer/farmer, Garth Fyfe and has stayed in the family ever since. Since then, Landquip has expanded its range and expertise to become one of the key players in NZ Agricultural manufacturing. As the family has grown, so has the business. Now exporting products globally, Landquip is constantly working to improve farming all over the world, by engineering top quality products.

Engineering Growth

The Landquip team includes experienced engineers that design and develop their unique range of products. Landquip is a family business with established relationships globally, giving customers the opportunity to source good quality, proven products from a reliable source.

Along with their standard range of products, they can also build specialised equipment, conduct repairs, do contract engineering and are experienced aluminium fabricators.
The name Landquip encompasses what the company does best, making smart equipment for the rural sector.


Farm Manager
I am the Farm Manager of Kopanga Station. We run a lamb finishing operation in Hawke's Bay, as well as hill country breeding block. Each year we put over 50,000 sheep through our Porta-Yards. We are constantly moving stock in and out of grazing blocks, and our portable yards are used extensively for this, ad well as for docking on our breeding blocks. So the decision on which system to buy wasn't made lightly. One of the main reasons for choosing Porta-Yards was the panel design. The standard one metre panel height and enclosed top quarter section means the sheep are much more settled and rarely struggle to escape. It's frustrating when sheep escape during muster, or constantly head-butt gates and cause damage to yards. I've found this rarely happens when using Porta-Yarts. Porta-Yards remove a lot of the stress from sheep handling - for both the stock and for us. The solid top quarter panel also reduces the risk of injury to one of our most valuable farm assets - our dogs. The gates and panels are well made and easy to assemble, and the hydraulic trailer is easy to load and unload. We put nearly 60,000 lambs through these yards each year and the gares handle the knocks better than other alloy systems we have used in the past. I believe Porta-Yards to be by far the best. In my opinion it's paid for itself several times over already.
Kopanga Station, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
They have definitely exceeded my expectations in a number of areas. Their simple design allows stock to move quietly and effortlessly between pens and the circular pattern meansthat stock draw into the drafting area really well. They perform like permanent yards but have the added flexibility of being able to be pulled down and moved to a new site if required. I expected them to be louder to work in than timber yards but they are extremly quiet. I would recommend them to anyonew who wants a set of yards that are hardy and built to last but also with the option of being able to be moved to another site if required.

Our Mission Statement

To provide quality equipment to the rural sector from an innovative company that ‘engineers growth’ to our mutual benefit.


To provide quality equipment to the rural sector from an innovative company that ‘engineers growth’ to our mutual benefit.

James Fyfe

Salesman – Sheep Handling Products

Thomas Fyfe

Salesman – Horticultural Equipment

Birch Fyfe

Sales Support & Logistics Manager

Jacob Fyfe

Operations Manager

Garth Fyfe

General Manager

Georgina Fyfe