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Four Generations of Smooth Mow’n

Fred hendricks
Bucyrus, Ohio

John Deere touts their tractors to “Run Like A Deer.” When a tractor runs like a deer and spans four generations of ownership that speaks volumes for its durability. Donovan Scott of Bucyrus, Ohio, shares that story; “our family’s John Deere Model 110 lawn tractor is now owned by the fourth generation with grandson, Dalton, as the current owner. And four decades later, it even runs better than a deer.”

The Scott family grew up in Crawford County, Ohio. The city founder, Colonel James Kilbourne, named the county seat of Bucyrus. He compressed the words “beautiful” and “Cyrus” (a general in ancient Persia) into “Bucyrus.” At one time Bucyrus prospered as a combination agriculture/industrial center. Today the community is more reliant on the areas rich agriculture heritage.

John Deere touts their tractors to “Run Like A Deer.” When a tractor runs like a deer and spans four generations of ownership that speaks volumes for its durability. Donovan Scott of Bucyrus, Ohio, shares that story; “our family’s John Deere Model 110 lawn tractor is now owned by the fourth generation with grandson, Dalton, as the current owner. And four decades later, it even runs better than a deer.”

The Scott family grew up in Crawford County, Ohio. The city founder, Colonel James Kilbourne, named the county seat of Bucyrus. He compressed the words “beautiful” and “Cyrus” (a general in ancient Persia) into “Bucyrus.” At one time Bucyrus prospered as a combination agriculture/industrial center. Today the community is more reliant on the areas rich agriculture heritage.

John Deere touts their tractors to “Run Like A Deer.” When a tractor runs like a deer and spans four generations of ownership that speaks volumes for its durability. Donovan Scott of Bucyrus, Ohio, shares that story; “our family’s John Deere Model 110 lawn tractor is now owned by the fourth generation with grandson, Dalton, as the current owner. And four decades later, it even runs better than a deer.”

The Scott family grew up in Crawford County, Ohio. The city founder, Colonel James Kilbourne, named the county seat of Bucyrus. He compressed the words “beautiful” and “Cyrus” (a general in ancient Persia) into “Bucyrus.” At one time Bucyrus prospered as a combination agriculture/industrial center. Today the community is more reliant on the areas rich agriculture heritage.

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John Deere touts their tractors to “Run Like A Deer.” When a tractor runs like a deer and spans four generations of ownership that speaks volumes for its durability. Donovan Scott of Bucyrus, Ohio, shares that story; “our family’s John Deere Model 110 lawn tractor is now owned by the fourth generation with grandson, Dalton, as the current owner. And four decades later, it even runs better than a deer.”

The Scott family grew up in Crawford County, Ohio. The city founder, Colonel James Kilbourne, named the county seat of Bucyrus. He compressed the words “beautiful” and “Cyrus” (a general in ancient Persia) into “Bucyrus.” At one time Bucyrus prospered as a combination agriculture/industrial center. Today the community is more reliant on the areas rich agriculture heritage.

John Deere touts their tractors to “Run Like A Deer.” When a tractor runs like a deer and spans four generations of ownership that speaks volumes for its durability. Donovan Scott of Bucyrus, Ohio, shares that story; “our family’s John Deere Model 110 lawn tractor is now owned by the fourth generation with grandson, Dalton, as the current owner. And four decades later, it even runs better than a deer.”

The Scott family grew up in Crawford County, Ohio. The city founder, Colonel James Kilbourne, named the county seat of Bucyrus. He compressed the words “beautiful” and “Cyrus” (a general in ancient Persia) into “Bucyrus.” At one time Bucyrus prospered as a combination agriculture/industrial center. Today the community is more reliant on the areas rich agriculture heritage.