Today on The Country Jamie celebrates Farm Worker Appreciation Day by appreciating Sam "Lashes" Casey for bringing him his daily coffee.

On with the show:

Nigel Yalden:

Radio Sport's Rugby Editor comments on the naming of the All Blacks Squad hot off the press!


Phil Duncan:

Monday's resident weather expert reckons even the deniers would struggle to deny climate change as the northern hemisphere heats up big time.

Todd Clark:

We head to Lexington Kentucky where our US farming correspondent says it never rains but it pours, while much of the rest of the country battles drought and heatwaves. We also look changes in the Kentucky farming landscape courtesy of Donald Trump and tell you how you can join us on the Southern USA Farming and Sightseeing Tour.

Listen below:

Don Nicolson and David Broome:

Today's panel features two former Feds as we ponder changes afoot at Fonterra, record prices for lamb and the great future for aquaculture.

Rodney Gillard:

The National Retail Sales Manager for Volkswagen, or vehicle partners here on The Country, preview the national roadshow to show off the new model Touareg.