Binder twine

Binder twine

The twine used to tie binder bundles.
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In our tests, we observed that outer bale sections, often weighing several hundred pounds, began to fall as the binder twine burned away.
But he used binder twine to strangle the mum-of after bugging the property.
And after first using chalk to mark their courses to prevent getting lost in the blind entries, they began using binder twine to show their routes.
There must have been a good hay crop in September 1951, as several purchases of binder twine, hay hooks and gloves were recorded.
Military rifles of that era had a stacking swivel, but these sports used a piece of binder twine. The side-by-sides are all hammer guns, but lurking in the back left is either a Winchester 1893 or 1897.
Jackson inmates worked in a textile mill, a cannery, farms, a binder twine mill, a metal stamping plant, and more.
There, Mimi Khonsari was taken from the car and strangled with a piece of binder twine. While near death, she was stabbed repeatedly, her neck sliced.
Robert Chao Romero explores the smuggling of excluded Chinese labour into the United States through Mexico as well as Cuba between 1882 and 1916; Brenden Rensink examines cattle rustling and horse thieving in the Montanan borderlands during the early 1880s to demonstrate the transnational Crees' strategic use of the Forty-Ninth parallel as a tool of resistance; Sterling Evans focuses on the early twentieth-century smuggling of US-made binder twine into Canada within the broader context of the North American agricultural market system; George T.
To avoid causing any more damage to the leg, he took a length of binder twine and tied the two legs together, the other acting as a splint.
This complex machine made neat bundles of wheat or oat plants and tied them with binder twine. Hand labor stacked 8 to 10 bundles into "shocks" to ripen and dry.
You can use ribbon or binder twine to tie tile plant to the trellis, but Doyle's recommends using Klipon[R] vine ties since they are inexpensive, easy to use and re-use, and make removing old dead canes easier.