Today The Country is awaiting the birth of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's baby.
On with the show:
The President of Federated Farmers comments on the latest M. bovis outbreaks and what's coming up at next week's annual conference.
Is a Christchurch-based farm accountant who has just spent six weeks in the USA driving a mind-numbing 30,000km, we find out why he loves doing so!
We talk to the chief executive of Organics Aotearoa New Zealand (OANZ) about the value of the country's organic sector lifting to $600 million in 2017, from $467 million in 2015, and whether organics could be the way forward for NZ agriculture.
We catch up with National's leader on his meet-and-greet tour, to discuss Jacinda's baby, Winston at wheel and why the nurses strike could be far-reaching for the economy.
Our Australian correspondent comments on State of Origin on a Sunday, the burgeoning wool market and a kelpie sheep dog selling for $22,000.