Archived News Updates from Mid-South Forestry

Mid-South 2010 Recap

Even though vendor participation at the Mid-South Forest Equipment Show, held here September 17-18, was down from 2008, visitors shrugged off a tough economy and unseasonably hot weather and showed up in strong numbers for the 14th version of the event. Show management put the total two-day attendance at just over 5,600. Continue Reading

Two More Reasons You Can't Miss MSFES 2010

At a press conference on Thursday, August 26, Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour announced that KiOR, a biofuels company headquartered in Pasadena, Texas, is locating five biofuel production facilities in Mississippi. The first plant will be located in... Continue Reading

MSFES 2010: Sept. 17-18 in Starkville, Miss.

Founded in 1983, the Mid-South Forestry Equipment Show is the longest running live forestry equipment event in the South. In recent years the family-friendly venue has grown to outperform similar regional shows in terms of exhibitor participation and attendance—both set records in 2008 Continue Reading

Mid-South Marks 25 Years: Setting Records Despite Crunch

An estimated 6,000 people, hailing from as far away as eastern Canada, passed through the gate. It was the 25th anniversary of the growing event. Founded in 1983, the show is the longest running live logging venue in the nation. Continue Reading