6 Nov 2015

Farmyard Blues

From Country Life, 12:00 pm on 6 November 2015
South Island Bureau Chief Belinda McCammon draws the winning entries out of a hard hat under the watchful eye of Cosmo Kentish-Barnes

South Island Bureau Chief Belinda McCammon draws the winning entries out of a hard hat under the watchful eye of Cosmo Kentish-Barnes Photo: RNZ / Cosmo Kentish-Barnes

Last week after Cosmo's story about poet and farmer Ross Agnew we had competition to win two copies of his latest book called Farmyard Blues. There was a great response to the question “what was the graffiti painted onto in the first poem?" and the answer was the water tank. The winners are Jules Hughes from Rotorua and Peter Baker from Otautau in Southland.

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