Binder (or baler ) twine is made from sisal. It strong, easy to use, inexpensive and biodegradable. This guide describes binder twine uses, properties, and cultural icons it has spawned..
Binder Twine Uses Binder or baler Twine is the duct tape of the twine world because it is strong, easy to use, and inexpensive. Farmers have long used it to bind sheaves of grain and bales of hay. Others have embraced it for:

Landscaping - Fasten silt fences, Support trees and tomato plants, Bundle twigs and branches

Temporary Fixes - Tie gates shut, Close fence holes, Hang exhaust pipes, Replace bucket handles, Make clothes lines.

Weaving, Crochet, Macrame - Bracelets and necklaces, Funny wigs, Costumes, Quilts, Rugs, Mats, Plant hangers, Belts and suspenders, Tote bags, Hanging banners

Horses - Halters, Whisks for cleaning and swatting, Hay nets, Lunge lines

Far Out - Balls of twine, Dental floss, Kasbah-like string curtains,

Properties - Binder twine is made from sisal and is biodegradable. Its tensile strength is about 125 pounds. Many twist or braid it extra strength. We sell binder twine on 1,000 and 2,000 yard 10,000 yard rolls. You get our best prices by buying five or more of the 10,000 yard rolls.
Binder Twine Icons

The world's largest ball of twine in Cawker City, Kansas

The Binder Twine Festival in Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada.

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