Maximize your baling capabilities with CountyLine 16,000 ft. Brazilian Round Baler Twine.
Brazilian twine for round bales
100% pure sisal fiber
Fully treated; biodegradable
16,000 ft. per bale
Length per Bale:
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CountyLine 16,000 ft. Brazilian Round Baler Twine is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 1 out of
Keeps breakingWe've bought a number of bales of this twine and while some have worked, most have broken with poor quality. We thought it may have been a bad batch last year yet had the same experience this season.
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 4 out of
Fred Miller from
This twine worked wellI used this in my Gehl 1500A baler and didn't have any issues with it. It did seem a little uneven but it was strong enough and feed well in the baler without breaking. I'd say it was a fair price.
Date published: 2017-06-23
Rated 1 out of
Hard to useUse this twine early in the hay season. The thickness varies greatly, so is difficult to use with a round baler. Some spots are nearly as big around as your little finger. It hangs up in the spool, hangs up in the guides, etc. I had to pull a few hundred feet off each spool to just begin to use it, but still had problems at times. Towards the end of both rolls, it also got thin in spots and broke a handful of times. By the last hay I baled, I was having to climb off the tractor for every bale and pull it through or rethread it. Not happy but not sure of other options.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 1 out of
Poor Quality TwineHad twine break twice in span of creating (wrapping) about 50 bales (never had a breakage before in 8 or so years using this baler with same friction settings). First break looked to be caused by a discontinuity in the twine. Second break caused by the twine narrowing to only a few strands in the middle of the spool. This thin section of twine was over 4 feet in length. Fortunately, both breaks occurred with each bale being over 50% wrapped, so I was able to salvage each bale, but it could have just as easily broke early in the wrapping and resulted in not being able to wrap the bale, with loss of the bale and loss of time in the field. I can't trust your twine anymore.
What does "fully treated" mean? I wanted to use the twine with a rope maker and make jump ropes for kids. Would the treatment be harmful (poisonous) to children if they put their hands in their mouths after playing jump rope?
Asked by: lightkeeperJane
This product is treated with Linseed Oil.
It is not harmful to cattle.
However, is the oil gets on your hands, it can affect your eyes.
This product is not approved for making jump ropes. It is only approved for mechanical baling applications.
Answered by: KirwinH
Date published: 2017-10-05
Is this twine natural or green
Asked by: Zarnith
This sisal twine is natural color.
Answered by: Astroer
Date published: 2016-09-15
Is this a single strand so that you can pull off a junk and use it to tie off things? Or is it specifically for round bales?
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