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  1. laura
    August 25, 2013 @ 12:34 PM

    Great advice Kim –

    Our round bales have twine and no netting. I cut the twine off to avoid the twine getting wrapped around a horse’s pastern.

    Thanks for the tip….

    ~laura

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    • Kim Wende
      August 25, 2013 @ 3:28 PM

      Some of the round bales we got in the past had twine and we would remove it also, but now all of them have netting. I peel the hay off of the round bale and put it into slow feeder hay nets so I had to come up with something to keep the hay together. It’s a great reminder to cut the twine off so it doesn’t get wrapped around the horses pasterns. Thanks for posting. ~Kim

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