Not only did he get his education at what is now the Rowan Campus of MCTC in machine tool technology, now called computerized manufacturing and machining, he learned how to weld and fabricate with metal, among other skills.
Throughout his life, he has been an inventor, a businessman, a teacher, a tool designer, a machinist, and now is successfully managing a thriving business that is growing every day through the manufacture of the “Hemp Hawk.”
Invented and sold by A-I Implements of Winchester and partially redesigned by Caudill at 4C-Innovations, the “Hawk” is pulled behind a tractor while its seated operators can cultivate up to four rows of hemp or other plants quickly and efficiently.
Caudill’s company currently is building 20 of the machines at the rate of two per week but likely will increase that pace when his firm moves into a larger facility now on the drawing board.
To learn more about Kyle Caudill and his business, 4C-Innovations, LCC, check out this article published by The Morehead News.