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Hud-Son Forest Equipment to be Featured in Upcoming Episode of American Farmer on RFD-TV
Date:3/14/2013

Barneveld, NY (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

Hud-Son Forest Equipment announced today they will be featured in an upcoming episode of American Farmer airing later this year on RFD-TV.

Established in 1946, by Oscar Hudon this third-generation family owned and operated company has evolved into a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of forestry equipment, with a network of servicing dealers. Hud-Son Forest Equipment is constantly exploring the latest advancements in machinery for the agriculture industry, while continuing to serve a diverse clientele.

Hud-Son Forest Equipment produces quality equipment for the hobbyist who prefers to do the job himself from start to finish, as well the professional sawyer and logger. "When you look at our equipment, you will see years of development, testing and hands on knowledge. These key factors have shaped our product line and maintained our reputation for value and excellence in the forest industry," said Dan Hudon Jr., President of the company. "We hold great pride in the fact that our equipment is made in the USA. We employ over 50 full-time employees who are dedicated to making a quality product through hard work and perseverance. These are just a few of the reasons Hud-Son is proud to be featured on this episode of the American Farmer."

In this episode, American Farmer will explore how Hud-Son Forest Equipment manufactures equipment for a myriad of applications, from forestry to wood art and more. Audiences will be educated on the company's global presence, and how they continue to keep pace with technology by refining and updating their equipment for the manufacturing of portable sawmills, remote controlled winches, wood conveyors and more.

“Hud-Son Forest Equipment is composed of professional tree farming and agricultural forest land owners who use and understand the needs of the industry," said Charles Cowan, producer for American
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