Today The Country is coming to you from Waimumu as Jamie Mackay and Rowena Duncum take in the sights and sounds of the Southern Field Days.
On with the show:
ASB's rural economist joins Jamie in Waimumu to talk about how coronavirus, banks and drought are affecting New Zealand's farmers.
Sir David Fagan and Jack Fagan:
Jamie Mackay describes the Fagans as "the world's most competitive family" and today is no exception as father and son go head to head in a speed shear competition.
Tim Myers and Kevin "Smiley" Barrett:
Norwood's chief executive and brand ambassador talk about how coronavirus affects importers as well as exporters, the Southland floods and a bit of footy.
Former Minister of Agriculture chats to Jamie at Waimumu about politics, his feud with Winston Peters and this year's election.
The boss of Laker House of Travel pops in to talk about the Melbourne Racing, Cricket and Farming tour. If you're keen to join, send Jamie an email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie chats to the commercial manager for VW to see how sales are going at Waimumu.