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Re: IH 37 baler and poly twine

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RayP(MI)

01-06-2013 18:52:04
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I can't speak to your particular baler, but many of the older ones were designed for sisal, and don't play well with plastic. We avoid plastic around here to keep it out of the other machinery - plays hob with bearings. Doesn't disintegrate for years. Gets into animal feed, real problems if ingested. We raise sheep, and if it gets into the fleece, it is nasty to try to get out. Then there's the problem of animals getting entangled in plastic. Can cause serious injury.

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Bret4207

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 Re: IH 37 baler and poly twine in reply to RayP(MI), 01-06-2013 18:52:04  
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This gets us back into the issue of why people are leaving twine of any kind out in the field. Makes little sense to me.



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 Re: IH 37 baler and poly twine in reply to Bret4207, 01-07-2013 04:59:15  
Bret, had a renter years ago who wrapped poly on his round bales. Lost a bunch of it in the fields. Took me years to pick it all up. Note the neighbor has a bunch of it scattered in his feed lot, and bunches wrapped around the beater of his spreader.

We work awfully hard to keep the sisal out of the enviornment here, but some may escape in the feeding operation. Some may sneak in on rebaled broken bales in the fields. Constant vigalence. Don't need any tragedies around here. Don't need it wrapped in bearings on machinery or lawn mowers. Fortunately, sisal does biodegrade - when you least want it to!

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