Catch up on the best of the week that was with Jamie Mackay and Rabobank.
This week's top interviews are:
We talk to the newly appointed Interim Chief Executive of Fonterra about the sudden departure, with immediate effect, of his predecessor Theo Spierings. We ask him about his credentials for the top job and whether he wants to be more than just a caretaker.
The New Zealand First leader and Deputy PM says "I told you so" when it comes to Fonterra, he reckons Simon Bridges is on a slippery slope and he defends the government's performance over small business confidence and the teachers' strike.
Dr Jacqueline Rowarth:
Is a rural academic who comments on Fonterra's surprise announcement this morning and whether glyphosates cause cancer.
One of New Zealand's leading sheep breeders discusses the recent Rabobank Sheep and Wool Tour to Southern Australia and why water is oil of the 21st century.
Is an Aussie bush poet and good bugger who talks of the toll the worst drought in 100 years is having on farmers and rural communities across the ditch.
We ask the former Minister for Primary Industries if the controversial law changes to NAIT (supporting the M. bovis eradication programme) are a step too far?