“All Black thinking tackles stress” with Corrigan Sowman, Nuffield Scholar artwork
Sarahs Country

“All Black thinking tackles stress” with Corrigan Sowman, Nuffield Scholar

  • S1E237
  • 10:08
  • June 4th 2020

Uncertainty, high stakes and small margins have underpinned farmers’ stress for generations. Nuffield scholar Corrigan Sowman joins us to share what he found was the best lesson for thriving in this new environment can be found with the All Blacks’ mindset.

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Sarahs Country

Farming food and fashion for a discerning world is serious business in New Zealand. 

The challenge has been laid before us to embrace a changing world and balance business that is sensitive to people, profit and the environment. 

Sarahs Country brings together knowledge to shine the light on the matters that matter most to New Zealand’s biggest industry.

“There are opportunities everywhere just waiting for open-minded people to take bold and brave leadership and support farming and growing in New Zealand for a positive future,” says Sarahs Country host Sarah Perriam.

In alliance with Farmers Weekly, Sarah has created a movement with New Zealand’s most forward-thinking agribusiness show, LIVE Monday - Wednesday from 7 pm NZDT & on listened by tends of thousands on podcast globally.

“Sarah Perriam is without a doubt New Zealand’s most exciting young rural journalists,” author, Ross Hyland.

As a leading voice in New Zealand agriculture, Sarah Perriam has worked for over a decade behind & in front of the camera in rural media, recognised for her extraordinary commitment to progressing the conversation of how we farm food and fashion with an open heart & open mind.

“Voices like Sarah’s - strong and passionate - are crucial for farmers to say informed on the issues,” New Zealand’s Minister of Agriculture, Damien O’Connor.

Sarah has led an impressive career well-known from her nation-wide role as a radio host on ‘Rural Exchange’ and a rural commentator on TV3’s ‘AM Show’.  

“Sarah is a fantastic advocate for rural NZ. This girl cares and is not afraid to confront the tough issues,” Newshub Journalist, Mary-Jane Tomasi.

Sarah is both a host of the popular show 'Sarah's Country' and businesswomen with her production agency, Perriam Media with a team of 7 and a video & radio studio in Canterbury New Zealand. 

Sarah’s Country is produced in a strategic alliance with the country’s largest rural media, Farmers Weekly the guests and stories sourced from the experienced newsroom of agri-journalists, weather and market analysts.

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About Sarah

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Sarah Perriam
TV & Radio Host, Creative Director - Perriam Media

As a leading voice in New Zealand agriculture, Sarah Perriam has worked for over a decade behind & in front of the camera in rural media, recognised for her extraordinary commitment to progressing the conversation of farming food and fashion-forward with an open heart & open mind.


Sarah has led an impressive career well-known from her nation-wide role as a radio host and a rural commentator on the AM Show. 


It was through this pivotal part in her career she was thrust into a position of representing the role females play in the growth of agribusiness & global trade whilst balancing an important emotive and educated discussion with our consumers around farming.


Sarah is both a host of the popular show 'Sarah's Country' and businesswomen with her production agency, Perriam Media with a team of 7 and a video & radio studio in Canterbury New Zealand.

 

Sarah’s Country is produced in a strategic alliance with the country’s largest rural newspaper, Farmers Weekly, broadcast LIVE 7 pm three nights a week and on-demand on the podcast to an audience of 70,000. She discussing the matters that matter most to passionate producers of food & fibre with open hearts & open minds.