No driving in this one, it's just a tycoon/management game. I do have Agricultural Simulator (and I have looked at Farming Simulator) and those both involve driving your own equipment as well as some economic management. I will play Agricultural Simulator eventually - I do own it after all - but for now I'm okay with just managing the farm. Why drive your own equipment when you can hire people to do that for you?
I took a screenshot of my farm: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=308828989
I've automated a few production chains: I'm growing apples and delivering them to the juice factory to make apple juice to sell. I'm taking my corn and sending it to my mill, then delivering the corn flour to the bakery. I'm also taking the eggs from the chicken coops and delivering those to the bakery. The corn flour plus the eggs equals cookies, which I'm selling. My butchery is taking in meat cows and producing beef and leather, which are both being sold. And my milk cows are producing milk, which gets sold periodically. Oh, and I have a big field of millet, which I heard was a profitable grain and thus far that seems true.
The manual is very basic so I've found getting into the detailed production chains can be trial and error. For example, the bakery can produce 4 different types of bread, plus cookies and cake. What ingredients do you need to make cake? I have no idea. I can theorize...but it doesn't say anywhere. For cookies, I just lucked into it - they happen to be made from corn flour and eggs, which are two products my farm produces in great quantity.
You start the campaign play with $1 million on Level 0. I am up to $10 million on Level 9. I'm enjoying it so far! There is so much I have not yet explored. Pigs at the pigpen, logs at the sawmill, yogurt at the dairy...I'm not even sure what to do next.