Today on The Country, Jamie Mackay catches up with Elle Perriam who is hoping that some barking dogs will help young rural people talk about their mental health.

On with the show:

Lisa Murray:

Our Met Service Weather is back from her holiday in Ireland to let us know what's up for the weekend weather-wise.


Elle Perriam:

The founder of mental health awareness campaign "Will to Live" is attempting New Zealand's largest ever 'bark up' at tomorrow's Hunterville Huntaway Festival to encourage young people to speak up about mental health.

Kevin Bellamy:

Rabobank's global sector head for dairy on the potential ramifications and logistics of Brexit for world dairy prices.

Jeremy Rookes and Jason Uden:

Today the Two Farmer J's go a little bit feral.

Barry Soper:

Our political correspondent ponders a year of Winston and Jacinda and what next for Jami-Lee Ross?


Listen below: