Two years on from the tragic Cluden Station homestead fire
Ben Purvis is this week's Character of the Country.
The 2018 Monteith Dog Derby winner
Wanaka shepherd and 2018 Monteith's Dog Derby winner Michael Wilson is this week's Character of the Country.
Tribute to the late Renata Apatu
Close friends of Ren, Philippa Wright and Mark Warren, join Hamish to reflect on the fantastic life of Ren Apatu.
Fisher family farm near Fairlie for over a century
The Fisher family have over 1,500 Angus cows in the back blocks of the Mackenzie Country at Shenley Station.
Character of the Country: George Wallis
George Wallis part of the Wanaka fabric and an enthusiast and sometimes collector of international trucks & harvesters.
Celebrating 50 years at Silverstream Charolais
The Fishers have been a big part of the cattle industry in New Zealand, passionate about Charolais Cattle.
Celebrating rural women around the world - AgWomen Global
AgWoman Global is a year-long project that aims to profile 365 women who’ve made an impact in the primary industries.
Character of the Country: Life on the road, like a gypsy
Trevor Goodeve from Taege Engineering in Canterbury is this week’s Character of the Country.
How a woman in South Otago recruits young people into agriculture
Leanne Woodhead of the Otago Southland Young Farmers joins Rural Exchange to discuss how she’s getting young people into the industry.
John Chook Harrison Character of the Country
One livestock broker in Mid Canterbury describes his job to be ‘designed’ for him. John “Chook” Harrison, livestock agent at Peter Walsh & Associates.
The inspiration behind children’s book ‘Bob n Pops’
Bob n Pops tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a farm boy and his sausage dog. Author Harriet Bremner discusses the book's inspiration.
Students get hands dirty in ‘holistic’ approach to learning
From beekeeping to farming, Limehills students in Southland are getting hands on in a holistic approach to preparing for the real world.
Character of the Country: Tim Black
Tim Black's father has been involved in the Canterbury Show for over 70 years. Mr Black, the show's senior vice president, joins Sarah at the show.
City kids excited about food & agriculture
We ask Robyn how she is helping to give city kids the opportunity to discover what farming and rural lifestyle is about now?
Character of the Country - Tony Stuart
Tony Stuart has been a regular mention on the show as Loey’s shearer and breeder of the fine Korkekl chops delivered to Hamish.
Ross Dowling talks Rodeo
Affectionately known as 'Rossy D', our character of the country this week is a real Kiwi Cowboy!
Character of the Country - Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson has worked in the primary sector in the communication & marketing of many agricultural companies, has worked closely with Southland Stags.
Character of the Country, Cam Heggie
This Character of the Country is Cam Heggie from PGG Wrightson Genetics Specialist we talk about the up and coming yearling bull sales.