As a conventional consumer you would be all too familiar with the utility theme. It is what you receive regularly and on time each and every month. You have no choice but to pay it on time. Otherwise your source of power could be cut off. This, of course, is your all too familiar utilities bill. Venturing into the country, the thought has crossed your mind. What if you could be off the grid for a while?
Perhaps indefinitely. What if you could invest in a nice little smallholding somewhere? Not a bad idea in today’s times. Going green and organic, you would be making invaluable contributions towards reducing the earth’s sordid climate and high carbon levels. But what to do? What to farm? There are so many possibilities. Cleverly, you explore options to do with less familiar territories but growing fields of interest. Take the matter of macadamia nuts, for instance.
Of course, you still need to make absolutely certain that your environment’s climate is well suited to this enterprise. But you thought of that challenging aspect too. And to this end, you bought into the idea of growing, cultivating and harvesting a source of natural and organic food that is resilient and very much adaptable. But to make the organic product a success, you would still need the right tools.
Something like a utility auger might come in good use. It should warm the cockles of your heart in knowing that there will be a whole host of other utility vehicles to support, along with all its supporting instruments. Like the food crops you would like to produce, these tools of the natural and organic trade are very much adaptable. They’ll be a lot easier to maintain than you would originally have thought.