Machines and technology from rural America
When it comes to post hole digging, get Hank’s advice on power augers, hand held augers and more.

A 10-inch battery-powered Craftsman chain saw.
Electric Chain Saws
Read about the pros and cons of an electric chainsaw, and find out if it's right for your needs.
John Deere Utility Vehicle Hauling Logs
Comparing Types of Transmissions for Utility Vehicles
For utility vehicles, types of transmissions are important: Do you want a CVT transmission or a hydrostatic transmission?

Country Internet Access
Check out the Internet connection for your country home, and take a close look at broadband internet, cable internet, or satellite Internet service.

Browse more great rural know-how in the GRIT archives: Tools

Country Kitchens Require Kitchen Tools

Find out which country kitchen tools have stood the test of time and proved to be useful.


Good Fences Make Good Neighbors


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Many home cooks-and professionals, as well-swear by the tried-and-true implements they've used for years: the Foley Food Mill that works like a charm every time, the manually operated juicer that's a …

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  • Wall height - 9'
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  • Walkway connects all four stalls and leads to tack room
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