Today on The Country, Rowena and Lashes enlightened everyone as to Jamie's misfortune (temper) on the golf course on Thursday night, which has most likely resulted in a broken toe.
On with the show:
Monday's resident weather expert says while meaningful rain is some way away, the drought could be broken by "a thousand cuts".
National's Agriculture spokesman says water will be the currency of success in the 21st century and the ability to store it will be a key infrastructural necessity if we are to leverage the value of it over the next few decades.
The 2019 Dairy Woman of the Year looks back on her on her prize-winning Harvard scholarship stint and encourages other women to enter at www.dwn.co.nz/dwoty with nominations closing on April 3.
Affco's National Livestock Manager updates returns from a red meat market that is battling the double-whammy of coronavirus and drought.
We continue the countdown to the Norwood Rural Sports Awards and the Ford Ranger New Zealand Rural Games, coming up in Palmerston North on March 13-15.