Recycle Baling Twine

Baling twine comes in various colours, depending on the material being baled and the machine it will be used on. Black is the most durable colour and is popular in climates with high solar radiation. A slit-film twine with higher elongation is an option if you use a baler to produce pressed fodder. Alternatively, you can choose a different material entirely. If you plan to recycle baling twine, you must be careful when separating it. This natural fibre is easily snagged on things or blown away. To prevent this, you should place the twine in a cardboard box, strong plastic bag or bin. Some towns also have baling twine recycling programs and drop-off sites. It can also be disposed of in landfills. For more information, check out the following link.…
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