Organized by Grain South Africa (GSA), Nampo Harvest Day is considered to be the largest agricultural machinery and livestock show in the southern hemisphere. It is an annual event showcasing the latest products and services available to the agricultural market, with a focus on equipment most valued by South African farmers.
Numerous pieces of agricultural equipment will be on display during the four-day event. Visitors will have the chance to not only see the machinery up close but also witness demonstrations of the machines in action.
The show began in 1967 with just 200 farmers in attendance comparing their farming products. Now the show has grown to include over 500 exhibitors over 24 hectares of land with a demonstration area encompassing 80 hectares.