If this observation is not true then it is up to someone more observant reading this tonight, or in the morning, to pass comment otherwise. But it could be remarked that farmers are among the most resourceful of industrialists the world over. They have been for thousands of years. In fact, they have been around for a lot longer than the first industrial revolution rolled around. But really, readers, they have had their hands full.
Even more so today, perhaps. Farmers have been able to make do with limited resources. In some cases, they are off the grid. And to that end, they have to be as resourceful as possible with alternative sources of energy. But as it turns out, it all checks out rather well for them. So much so, that suburban dwellers and industrialists themselves are catching on to the farmers’ resourceful habits.
But perhaps they still have some way before being able to match the hardy farmer’s survival instincts. Speaking of which, there are many more farmers out there who are cozily dismissed as subsistence farmers. They are only in it to help put food on the table. Speaking of which, farmers the world over, remain the bread baskets of the world. Where would the world be today without its farmers.
A hay spear kit, amongst others, is a useful and welcome kit for the farmers. It enables them to do so much more work. The device is also sustainable. They can be stuck in the middle of nowhere, but just as long as they have the battery power, their work can continue. The demands for their crops continue to grow if you will. So it is fair to say that the resourceful farmer needs every means at his disposal.