Today on The Country, Jamie Mackay caught up with Bruce Wills, the new chairman of Queen Elizabeth II National Trust.
On with the show:
The Green Party co-leader defends the government's stance on not opening up our borders but he opens up on Winston Peters!
The NZ Merino Company's chief executive talks about the partnership with Cavalier Bremworth that will deliver $5 million value direct to strong wool growers over the next three years as the carpet manufacturer moves away from synthetic products in favour of wool and natural fibres.
From his riverboat on the Murray River, our Australian correspondent laments the Covid-19 shambles in Victoria and reflects on 75 years since Hiroshima and 25 years on from the movie Babe.
The Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage has appointed former Federated Farmers' President Bruce Wills as Chairman of Queen Elizabeth II National Trust for a term of three years, following the retirement of James Guild on completion of his maximum 9-year term as a director.
Rabobank's chief executive reviews the bank's latest August Agribusiness Monthly Update where the dark cloud of Covid-19 hovers over international agricultural commodity prices.