Because I don't buy my own hay anymore, now that I am boarding our horses, I don't have a constant supply of binder twine. Who knew that would be one of the things I'd miss about not having my horses in my own backyard! Binder twine can be a nuisance, but it can also be very useful or a cheap source of material for creative hands. I occasionally bring some home because I use it in the garden for teaching vines to climb and bundling old garden materials for disposal. There's a few strands hanging in the garage for whenever we need a bit of twine. In my article Top Ten Things to Do with Baler Twine I've made some suggestions on how to use binder (baler) twine. Here's your chance to contribute your ideas. What do you do with binder twine? Scroll to the bottom of the article and submit your ideas!
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