Country Life for Friday 30 May 2008
Country Life for 30 May 2008
Michael Malmo runs the overnight yards for cows travelling between the North and South Island. Since Christmas he's milked 2000 cows that have headed south.
There will be serious implications because of a winter drought from Waikato to Wellington and in the South Island its time to slip on the thermals.
News Across from the Tasman. Sheep numbers decline to the lowest in 80 years, drought still affects many farmers.
Meals on Wheels = Eels
Birdlings Flat character George Skipper (pictured left) reminisces on his lifelong passion of Eeling.
The King Smoker
After losing his farm in 1989 Henry Studholme (pictured below) went from shearing sheep to smoking salmon and business is booming.