Today The Country looks into a bad week at the office for Fonterra with last week's payout to Danone and today's drop in the forecast milk price.
On with the show:
Fonterra's chairman talks about a bad week at the office with today's 35 cent drop in the forecast milk price following on from last week's $183 million payout to Danone.
The Rural Support Trust's South Canterbury Facilitator makes a plea to farmers to not refuse to deal with contractors who have worked on farms infected by Mycoplasma bovis.
The former PM says "I told you so" about urban water quality and we question him about his relationship with Winston Peters post the election.
Our Australian correspondent talks cricket, rising fine wool prices, rural suicide rates and a giant Tesla battery for South Australia.
The Wairarapa-based chief executive of Allflex talks about the increasing Big Dry and what's happening down the road at Hollywood mogul James Cameron's farm.