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Re: Small square twine ???

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07-16-2013 12:58:20

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[quote="Lazy WP"](quoted from post at 10:32:09 07/16/13) If you are gonna store it where cottontail rabbits can get to it, use sisal, for mice, and a leaky roof, use plastic. My 271 New Holland, bales pretty much even whether I use plastic or sisal. The sisal is about $20/bale of twine(2 balls) cheaper then the plastic, so that is what I am using this year. Its 7000 Vermeer twine, if that makes any difference.[/quot

Wow! Sisal cheaper than plastic? sisal has been substantially more than plastic for probably ten years here. It is now around $20.00 more for sisal. Where is this?

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07-16-2013 14:17:27

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 Re: Small square twine ??? in reply to showcrop, 07-16-2013 12:58:20  
Cherry County Implement in Valentine NE. It was costing me $65/bale for plastic, at either the COOP or Bomgaars, which is our version of Tractor Supply, sorta. The sisal was $39.32. The only other thing I could figure, was the gals at both COOP and Bomgaars charged me twice.

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07-16-2013 16:29:13

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 Re: Small square twine ??? in reply to Lazy WP, 07-16-2013 14:17:27  
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Yes, they must have charged you twice. Sisal is a little higher here.

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07-16-2013 14:00:47

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 Re: Small square twine ??? in reply to showcrop, 07-16-2013 12:58:20  
Yeah... that was another reason I switched. Plastic is about half the cost of junk sisal.


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