Coverage of #Nampo2017

Here’s what an R8 million tractor sounds like…

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed John Deere South Africa Product Manager Kevin Lesser.

Whitfield was at Grain SA’s Nampo Harvest Day, one of the largest agricultural exhibitions under private ownership in the southern hemisphere.

Ever wondered what an R8 million tractor sounds like?

It’s a terrifying piece of equipment. More like tank than a tractor!

Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show

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