Topic: Re: Square Bale Hay Twine...sisal or poly
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I use plastic 20,000 in my round baler, and just make an effort to find it all. The only color I prefer is orange, because it's easier to find. The stuff we miss finds the beater on the spreader the next spring, and it burns off fairly easy when I clean the beaters. As for square bales, I used to use sisal when I was younger. Then I went to rounds, and a few years ago was given a square baler. It had two bales of almost new sisal in it that was about 25 or 30 years old and had been in the baler when it was parked in a shed. In bringing the machine back to life, I just used the twine that was in it, and baled a few hundred bales without a miss. But, we have had some mice and rat problems, and as a result, I lost some straw to them. I went to 9000 plastic, which solved the problem. But it was hard on hands and would snap a few times on really tight bales, so now I use 7200 plastic. No more snaps. And it didn't make any difference to the baler.
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