Within Botswana, Massey Ferguson Tractors are amongst the top most rated tractor brand because of its classic quality.
From Pakistan, our Massey Ferguson Tractors in bulk are ready to be loaded and exported to the port of Gaborone, Botswana.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the Massey Ferguson Tractors from us, you will have to fill our online enquiry form or you can Whatsapp us at 92 310 644 7788. Our sales representative will take on from there and will answer all your inquiries about your order thus making the whole process pretty smooth and easy.
The tractors and associated farm implements that are currently out of stock, will they be in stock anytime soon?
Yes, these items will be in stock at some time later all you have to do is write away your email address or the number for its in-stock notification.
Unfortunately, we do not entertain order exchange or cancellation online. However, in any of the query you can contact us at 92 310 644 7788 from there you will receive the required assistance.
The mode of payment is pretty simple, you can make the payment via Telegraphic Transfer (TT). This is a trusted source of payment by many of our reliable customers.
The duration of the delivery generally takes 4 to 8 weeks depending upon your order and once we have received your payment your order will be processed as soon as possible.
Yes, the billing and delivering addresses can be different though at the same time.
No, currently we do not have any policy of selling prelove or used tractors hence we are only dealing in brand new Massey Ferguson tractors.
If your parcel is incomplete or something is missing in your recipient order then you can call us at 92-310-644-7788 or email us at [email protected]
Currently, we do not have any policy of leasing neither tractors nor farm implements.
Currently, we are not offering any discount coupons or promotion codes on existing prices of the tractors.
We Are The Best In The Agriculture Business in Botswana
Agriculture, being an important asset in any country’s economy, especially in a country like Botswana who is on the urge of transforming its economy by means of exploiting its resources to the maximum as up to 80% of the rural population earn its livelihood by means of agriculture. In Botswana, generally traditional farming is the mode of agriculture and particularly sorghum, maize, millet and cowpeas are the major crop yields responsible for feeding the population apart from meat. Since, the country’s fundamental living solely feeds on agriculture therefore a sound agricultural system is direly required in order to attain maximum benefit from the source.