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Top 10 alternative uses for baler twine
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Top 10 alternative uses for baler twine

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Apart from its original use, there are infinite ways baler twine can be used on farms.
Apart from its original use, there are infinite ways baler twine can be used on farms.

1. When plaited, it can make a livestock halter

2. Tying up gates around the farm

3. Holding up the farmer's trousers either as a belt or as braces

4. Tying up the farm dog

5. Boot laces

6. As essential part of nicky tams

7. As the pull cord on the toilet

8. As a bracelet for young farmers

9. Hanging up pictures and prize tickets

10. Securing tarpaulins on silage pits or straw stacks

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