It's the Best of The Country brought to you by Rabobank. Jamie Mackay presents the pick of the crop from the week that was for your aural delectation.
This week's interviewees are:
Jim Hopkins: Our rural raconteur gets serious about dairy cows going to China and water quality going to the dogs thanks to sheep and Aucklanders.
Damien O'Connor: Labour's Primary Industry Spokesman says the New Zealand meat industry needs to get off its backside and look for the upside.
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Tim Ritchie: In response, the chief executive of the Meat Industry Association comments on the declining export returns for meat which has seen revenue drop $900 million (-13%) to $5.9 billion.
Winston Peters: The New Zealand First leader and Northland MP talks about drought, manuka honey, Shane Jones and Donald Trump.
Hayley Moynihan: Rabobank's GM Country Banking reviews the latest Agribusiness Outlook report which says NZ agriculture faces a 'moment of truth' in 2017.
Bill English: The PM says he's not boring, rather he reckons he's got he "vibe" and he tells Andrew Little and James Shaw "they're dreaming".