Topic: Re: Small square twine ???
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I have a 14T that had sisal in it when I got it, but then I tried the 9000 plastic, and it worked fine, but was hard on the hands, and could break rather easily. So I tried the 7200 plastic, and it has worked fine. And it will really bale a tight bale without breaking. The sisal does rot, and the mice and rats love it in straw. They seem to leave the plastic alone more. So, it comes down to what will serve you best....
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