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Bale wrap evaluation

, : Bale wrap evaluation. Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers ( 92-1573): 28 pp.

Four bale wraps: twine, thin polymer film (clingfilm), European woven mesh net, and rectangular-grid heat welded mesh net were compared for effectiveness in preventing weather losses in overwinter storage of large round bales made of 2 hay types, lucerne-orchardgrass and mixed grass (D. glomerata-fescue timothy. Inside and outside storage are also compared.

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