It's the Best of The Country with Rabobank and Jamie Mackay.
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This week's top interviews were:
Sir Brian Lochore:
Our Roving North Island Farming Ambassador remembers September 11, 2001, and looks back on some tough times down on the farm.
Because today is effectively our 9/11 we ask the Deputy PM to take a trip down memory lane in today's political-free zone to reflect on the most momentous events and world leaders since WWII.
Rabobank's September Agribusiness Monthly Report due for publication later this week paints a largely positive picture for the NZ primary industry sector, but with some notable headwinds in the form of climate, disease and Donald Trump.
Fonterra's new chairman comments on an annual result that has disappointed farmers, shareholders and Shane Jones alike – who reckons Fonterra's "top earners don't deserve the minimum wage".
Sir Peter Gluckman:
We ask the PM's outgoing Chief Scientist, Sir Peter Gluckman, about his comments suggesting it was time for a public debate on the use of GMOs to combat GHG emissions, by fighting climate change with GE grasses.