In 1994, the Farming Show began as a half-hour rural feature on an independently-owned Southland radio station, but is now an integral part of the New Zealand rural community.
Updated daily, the site offers the latest news and comment on farming, the economy, politics, sport and weather from New Zealand and around the world.
For businesses wanting to talk to the powerhouse of the New Zealand economy, the Farming Show is a sure bet.
The typical Farming Show listener:
• 34-64 years old
• Male farmer
• Business savvy, economically, politically and news-aware
Farming Show listeners are business owners. They have money to spend on farm machinery and services, vehicles, sport and leisure.
Farming Show Facts
• Plays in all Radio Network markets
• No. 1 show for targeting farmers