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October 12 in BALER

History of Hay Baling Technique

In most industrialized countries, hay is baled into compact bales after cut to make it easier to handle, transport and stor

October 10 in AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE

Usage and Production of Hay

T&H Packaging has introduced briefly about some effecting factors of hay quality, causing lots of discussions on how to

September 28 in AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE

WHEN TO CUT HAY

With hay season coming close in Australia, the big question in people’s mind is “When do I cut?”, and the answer is a

September 26 in BALER TWINE

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SISAL & PP BALER TWINE

Choosing the right baler twine is critical to a successful hay baling. Currently in the market, there are sisal twine and

September 21 in TRACTOR & BALER

TIPS ON ADJUSTING YOUR BALER

During hay season, time is really precious to farmers. Nobody would like to see anything happen to their balers when baling

September 19 in BALER TWINE

POLYPROPYLENE BALING TWINE FEATURES

It’s known to us all that baling twine is used in farming to bind straw and hay together into bales, whether in big or sm