Today on The Country, Sam "Lashes" Casey found out he was no longer reading the weather, so he went on a silent protest.
On with the show:
It's New Zealand Chinese Language Week and in recognition of the importance of the trade relationship, we catch up with a man who has done a lot of business in China. Plus we chew the political fat about two upcoming elections.
Is a North Otago farmer and former winner of the Ballance Farm Environment Awards who comments on a weather bomb and whether Judith Collins will land any bombs in tonight's leader's debate.
The President of Horticulture NZ congratulates the government on rolling out a range of immigration policy changes, to help fill key labour shortages ahead of the harvest season.
We welcome back our favourite Rabobank dairy analyst but do we welcome her bank's latest increase in the farmgate milk price forecast by 40 cents to $6-35 kg/MS?
The Hawke's Bay Rugby Union Commercial Manager talks about a great initiative to raise money for the East Coast Rural Support Trust.