Topic: Discussion Board - Re: soybean straw
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How far are you from Mankato, they are looking for bean straw for their particle board, they will bale it themselves, round or big square, they won't want small square.
Here it is, they store their bales just down the road 10 miles from me:
Makes good bedding, for feed it sux, the good stuff - the bean hulls - don't get baled up, what does is course & dry, like eating wood sticks.
I'd not want to handle many small squares, it will be very prickly, wear out the jeans and the skin pretty fast?
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