9:05 PM.Industry observer and former Wool Board spin doctor Don Carson says for wool to survive, wool exporters need to work together promoting wool internationally. Audio
9:07 PM.Let it rain. Audio
9:13 PM.At the height of the dairy season 25 thousand samples of milk arrive at the Saitl Lab each day for composition and quality tests. Audio
9:27 PM.An 8-part series set Murchison in the 1930's about rural life seen through the eyes of a farmer's daughter. Audio
9:37 PM.Hard-working Chatham Islander Ranna Tuuta runs a flock of sheep on her windswept farm that lies between Petrie Bay and Te Whanga Lagoon. Audio
Raana Tuuta on her quad-bike, the entrance to her farm and a couple of her happy sheep.