LOL. There must be. Horses are prevalent. I see horses walking alone through the streets sometimes. I've seen longhorn cattle being driven down my cobblestone street. I'm glad I wasn't parked on the street that day.
If you become serious about it, PM me and I'll tell you all about this life. It's very healthful. We walk everywhere - we buy gasoline about every ten weeks. Most food is locally produced, and is naturally what Americans call organic. The farms are small, and the farmers and ranchers don't have much access to hormones, pesticides, or antibiotics. We shop the old fashioned way - on foot, here for meat, there for produce, a third place for baked or dry goods.
The people are friendly, and the culture vibrant. We have nearly perfect weather, and have so much sunshine that $8000 worth of solar panels powers our home for free and with no hydrocarbons produced.
The cost of living is much lower and the banks pay a respectable interest rate. We're getting about 8% on insured government bonds.
You could do worse.
So, things are still much as they were years ago there.
I was little more than a kid with many wild oats ta sow when Manuel(who I had befriended in my uncles spread) offered to sell me his holdings of 70 acres and full stock for 70,000 so he could stake in the US and I could have my own too. My uncle was furious. No kid could own such a place in his eyes.
Now I wish I had made the deal in quiet. Life would have been much different, and it would have been more my style.
I will get back with you later, this late summer maybe--and thanks for the offer IANS. I appreciate the inside help and knowledge.