Mexico, huh? A farm? Do they use a weed whacker? I recently took mine to the local repair guy. He was overloaded with work, and after three days' delay he took it apart in front of my eyes, removed the carburetor, cleaned it, changed the diaphragm, and got it running. Took him about 20 minutes and charged me $250 MXN.
Motors are very simple things, really. The main reason I had to take it to repair was that I was too much of a pussy to do it myself and risk damaging it due to lack of experience.
I don't much like machines, really. I do like plants. I like plants that take care of the selves, and produce some yield. I am too fucking lazy to grow corn or beans or any of that shit. I too would hate farm job if I had to do that, but I like gardening and I have some freedom to grow nice things like plantain, prickly pears, habanero peppers, among others.
I also like animals, particularly fowl, though I don't have many. I would like to have quails, turkeys, ducks, rabbits and tilapia besides my chickuns. All or which are low maintenance and can be eaten.
If you find anything you like and could profit from that, your folks might be receptive to the idea and perhaps provide with a modest start.>>194093
The US is fucking hell, I strongly advise against that.