FULL SHOW (3 April) : Its a wild world artwork
Sarah's Country

FULL SHOW (3 April) : Its a wild world

  • S1E58
  • 43:46
  • April 3rd 2020

It’s a wild world

The lyrics of a brand new song by one of my favourite artists, Kip Moore, released this week nails it. 

It is so humbling that rural media is valued as essential by the New Zealand government as the food & fibre sector takes the boot to the ball like Beaver in the last 30 seconds of the game.

With the successful release of the new Sarah’s Country LIVE show this week Monday to Thursday we have changed to a ‘best of’ highlights full show for podcasts each Friday and across radio stations on the weekends. 

Guests on this week’s show:

1. APEC WORKING TOGETHER: Trade commentator and consultant, Stephen Jacobi.

2. ONLINE LIVESTOCK TRADING THE NEW NORMAL: PGG Wrightson Livestock general manager, Peter Moore.

3. KILLING THE KIWIFRUIT PREMIUM: NZAB Managing Director, Scott Wishart.

4. READY TO EAT YOUR REDNECK COMMENTS, MINISTER?: Minister of Regional Economic Development, Shane Jones.

Sarah's Country

Growing food and fibre is an exciting but complex world to be in.

Sarah's Country is a musterer of the minds bringing together passionate innovators, and inspiring future-thinkers with a dose of practical reality.

Sarah Perriam-Lampp is an award-winning rural journalist with a decade of experience across TV, radio, podcast, and print where her pulse of New Zealand's farming sector makes Sarah's Country a valuable mainstay in your podcast library. 

Join the tens of thousands of listeners monthly who tune in from across the world to gain insights and connections on how to tackle the complexity of farming for the future - together.

To contact the show email: [email protected]

About Sarah

Sarah Perriam avatar
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.