From the article: Top 10 Things to do With Binder or Baler Twine
What do you do with all that binder twine that seems to accumulate? Submit your ideas for creative or useful ways to utilize binder twine. Share Your Tips
- string a coupleof strands around vegetable garden keeps deer out
- —Guest bumper
- I attached some twine streamers to the end of an old crop and use it to chase the bugs away from my horses head during trail rides.
- —Guest HHF
- It is just like duct tape cant do without it. I fix fences with it if it is broken by the moose or deer. Quick fix and it is always in my pocket. Here I keep getting reminded it is NOW bailer Twine.
- —Guest Shari
- I use baling twine to make stockwhip crackers, in replacement of horsehair or cotton. They last much longer than other alternatives.
- —Guest Grace
- I use twine for everything from "catch straps" to repairing fences and everything in between.
- —Guest me
Holding up sagging trees!
- Twine can be used as support to trees stay upright. Twitter @tcontwinebaler
- —Guest Tcon Twine
- The hay company got to my barn without a belt to run the conveyor and motor to get my hay in the loft. The guys were going to head down to the local auto parts store to get one that might fit. I braided 3 strands of twine together and made a belt. A few adjustments and 5 tons of hay got put in the loft!
- —Guest shawna
Baling Twine Use
- I've braided three strands together & tied it to a halter for custom reins.
- —Guest J!NX
Twine in Penrith
- My constituents use it to hold up their trousers: they are pretty primitive.
- —Guest Rory Stewart
- As a child I had to spend hours doing this, but was so proud. Plait, always keeping 3 lengths different so you can keep adding more. Then keep going!!! Finally you can sew together whirls, loops whatever takes your fancy; and at the end you will have a hard wearing door mat that will last years :)
- I save mine up and coil it then use it for erosion control in the wash outs of the terraced pasture.
- We get a lot of snow and I have made snow shoes with sticks and or 2x2's lead ropes, halters, belts Christmas giftsm pull handle for sleds I love binder twine it just has so many uses
- —Guest Dabney
- I braid them and make halters and lead ropes for my miniature ponies. Also double braid them and use them for halters and lead ropes for my big horses. I use them at the barn in the yard and house for everything!!
- —Guest Katzacat
- I use baling twine for tying my horses up. Twine is also useful for tying gates togther, fixing leg straps on rugs.The possibilties are endless!!
- —Guest Melissa
- I have used binder-twin to lead and restrain deer-dogs when makeing a "deer-drive. you can hold the dogs back and run with them up the mountain untill you get 'winded', usually you can hear your own heart pounding in your ears by this time. Then you simply take your hunting knive and cut the 'binder-twine and let the dogs run after the deer, while you wait to get a shot at the deer.
- —Guest dewey6
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