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Re: Square Bale Hay Twine...sisal or poly

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11-17-2012 17:20:52
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I use the sisal only with the round bales and the poly with the squares. I do not like trying to pick up a bale and have it stay on the ground or loft floor due to the twine rotting




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 Re: Square Bale Hay Twine...sisal or poly in reply to old, 11-17-2012 17:20:52  
sisal for my farm , plastic if they are being sold out,,.m .ferguson 12 dont care what kinda twine ,, it worx great with either..plastic twine is nice for repairing electric fences , perfect insulator that is good for 2 yrs in the sun , and longer in shade ,,. its good stuf ,except i cringe thinkin a calf mite get a pc of twing haf -hihed at the ankle and ruin a foot.../



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Larry NEIL

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 Re: Square Bale Hay Twine...sisal or poly in reply to j hikemper, 11-17-2012 19:26:19  
Only plastic 9000 for my Oliver 720. I use an 8 bale drag on the ground accumulator, and if the hay is thin and bales drag a little too long the sisal won't hold up.
As for clean up, if you can't remember to pick bale string, you ain't wewlcome on my place!
Larry NEIL



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