It's the Best of The Country, where Jamie Mackay picks his favourite interviews of the week and delivers them to your eardrums courtesy of Rabobank.

This week's interviews were:

Nathan Guy: The Minister for Primary Industries talks duck shooting, the sustainable dairy water accord, a good GDT auction result and he fires a shot back at Winston Peters.

Tim Hunt: Rabobank's Research GM examines why US dairy farmers voted for Donald Trump and we ask if Trump is good or bad news for Kiwi cow cockies?

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Andrew Little: The Labour leader denies the election is going to be all about the Auckland housing crisis, talks TPP, SFF and why he's chosen to take acting lessons!

Dean Hamilton: The chief executive of Silver Fern Farms defends the cooperative's decision to close the Fairton plant in Ashburton with the resultant loss of 370 jobs.

Andy Thompson: A West Coast cow cocky has a crack at a wayward Radio Sport host, goes in to bat for referees and encourages punters to eat Westland Dairy Products butter.

Don Carson: The Country's resident Myrtle Rust Aficionado opines on the alien invader and a succession of bad news for the sheep industry.