The Farmer’s Weekly Nampo Tour 2018

(Bookings are closed) Join us again for this year’s Farmer’s Weekly Nampo Tour from 15-18 May. The tour includes entrance to South Africa’s premier agricultural exhibition, the Nampo Harvest Day, as well as farm visits to commercial producers in South Africa.

The Farmer’s Weekly Nampo Tour 2018
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(Bookings are closed) The tour also includes farm visits to local commercial producers. The tour group will depart on 15 May at noon (12pm) from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, and return to the airport on 18 May.

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Tour includes:

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  • Three nights’ accommodation with breakfast and dinner included;
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned bus to and from relevant venues, as well as a complimentary onboard service of water and refreshments;
  • Entrance to the Nampo showground;
  • Farm visits on Tuesday and Thursday;
  • Meal allowances for lunches on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday;
  • Scarf, sling bag and Farmer’s Weekly cap.

Tour excludes:

  • Local transport (not indicated on the programme) and parking fees (if applicable) at OR Tambo International Airport;
  • Expenses of a personal nature;
  • Flights to OR Tambo International Airport;
  • Visa application fees where applicable.

Please note:

  • All bookings must be made by 10 April 2018.
  • Should there be space available, late registrations will be accepted, but the package price will increase by 3,2%. Final payment is due on 20 April 2018. Late payments will result in an increase of 3,2%.
  • Prices have been calculated on the assumption that at least 12 people will register for the tour.

Farm visits:

15 May Anievaal Boerdery
Anievaal Boerdery produces maize on about 1 400ha by making use of extreme precision farming methods as well as cover crops to improve soil health. As a result,  the business saved over R1 million in fertiliser costs during the past year, as the precision measurement of soil nutrients indicated that less fertiliser was needed due to ever improving soil health.  The visit will look at how the farming business took the slow journey towards precision farming methods and soil health.

17 May Huntersvlei Sussex
Huntersvlei Sussex has over 75 years of experience in breeding Sussex stud animals. The stud breeds animals for strong beef characteristics and conformation, performance and adaptability to different climatic environments, and good milk production and maternal instincts. Being one of the oldest Sussex studs in South Africa, the stud’s goal has been to breed beef animals that meet the requirements of stud breeders and commercial beef farmers alike.

Bookings & travel information

Yolanda Barkhuizen
021 872 1581 / [email protected].


Marianna du Plessis
063 076 9135 /[email protected].


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