The World's Largest Pitchfork was created to be placed at Richards Farm Restaurant. Jim Bolin and his crew started on the Pitchfork in 2014. With this project, Jim had no previous record to beat. When a World's Largest is the first of its kind, the record book requires you to make an item 10 times larger than the typical sized model. The Pitchfork handle is made of reclaimed Western Red Cedar and the metal portion was created primarily from parts of old streetlight illuminator arms. The Pitchfork received the title of "World's Largest" on October 20, 2015.





60 Feet Long | 1,940 Pounds

His winnowing fork is in his hand, and he will clear his threshing

floor, gathering his wheat into the barn and burning up the chaff with unquenchable fire.


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