Southern Utah Biomass Field Day, September 2012
View these photos from the Third Annual Southern Utah Biomass Field Day. Click on photos to enlarge. Biomass contractors, professionals from state and federal agencies and equipment vendors gathered at a plot of state land south of Beaver, Utah. The Biomass Field Day was hosted by Lance and Michelle Lindbloom of Bloomin' Ranch Service and the Beaver County Extension Office, and the Utah Biomass Resources Group.
Pinyon-Juniper landscape south of Beaver, Utah, the site of the Biomass Field Day.
The Fecon Bullhog, attached to a Kubota tractor, in action.
The Rotochopper MC266 chips and forwards pinyon and juniper trees with ease.
Field Day attendees examine wood chips produced by the Rotochopper.
The Fecon FTX 148L Bullhog features a chipper out front and tracks for excellent maneuverability.
Brent Judd demonstrates the Woodmizer by sawing a cedar log.
The Dragon Wagon, which feaures a portable gasifier that produces electricity from wood chips, wason site to produce power for Utah's first wood-fired concert.
The Dragon Wagon: Making Electricity from Wood
Daniel Hathaway demonstrates the chipping power of the Fecon Bullhog.
Brent Judd demonstrates the Woodmizer portable sawmill.