68th Annual Paul Bunyon Show Stands Tall Despite Rain

The weather did little to dampen the spirits of exhibitors and attendees who came to learn about the latest forestry techniques and see the latest equipment innovations.

Mon November 10, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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A full contingent of Bandit Industries manufacturer representatives joined by Ohio Bandit dealer Buckeye Equipment were on hand to talk about their line of chippers, forestry mowers, grinders and waste reduction machines.
A full contingent of Bandit Industries manufacturer representatives joined by Ohio Bandit dealer Buckeye Equipment were on hand to talk about their line of chippers, forestry mowers, grinders and waste reduction machines.
A full contingent of Bandit Industries manufacturer representatives joined by Ohio Bandit dealer Buckeye Equipment were on hand to talk about their line of chippers, forestry mowers, grinders and waste reduction machines. The crew from Aggcorp is ready to discuss Peterson and Powerscreen equipment with attendees at the show. (L-R): Murphy Tractor & Equipment's Tom McKee, along with John Dougherty of Dougherty Forestry Manufacturing, and Kevin Gadd of Murphy Tractor & Equipment found a dry spot under their tent to welcome attendees. Rayco Manufacturing's Dan Clements (L) and Ron Kurtz brave the elements to showcase their C260 Forestry Mower. Regional Sales Manager Gabe Clark (L) and National Sales Director Hugh Gordon of Company Wrench were on hand to discuss their lineup of equipment. (L-R): Rudd Equipment Company's Dutch Voshall, Brandon Hawkins, Martin McCutcheon and Brian James were on hand to talk about their line of Volvo machines. (L-R): Ohio CAT's Chuck Voorhees, Chuck Barnes and Tom Seefried talk about CAT's 930K wheel loader and other machines on display at the show. (L-R): Terex Environmental Equipment's Matt August, Mark DiSalvo and Philippa Fisher had equipment ranging from small to large to address a wide range of forestry needs. Chuck Kiessling (L) of Scott Miracle Grow talks about Komatsu and Morbark machines with Columbus Equipment Company's Bob Stewart.

Billed as the Original American Forestry Show, the 68th Annual Paul Bunyan Show kicked off with a steady rainstorm Oct. 3. The weather did little to dampen the spirits of exhibitors and attendees who came to learn about the latest forestry techniques and see the latest equipment innovations. The three-day event, held at the Guernsey County Fairgrounds in Cambridge, Ohio, ran from Oct. 3 to Oct. 5.

The show featured educational sessions and live demonstrations as well as more than 100 exhibitors displaying the latest equipment, products and services geared to the forestry industry, presented area equipment dealers, retailers and service providers.

Major show sponsors included Columbus Equipment Company, John Deere, Murphy Tractor & Equipment and Rudd Equipment Company. Columbus Equipment, Murphy Tractor & Equipment, Ohio CAT and Rudd Equipment Company were also among the companies that donated equipment for demonstration and competition events.




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