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State-Of-The Art Poly Hay Ring
"It holds up to rough use and bounces back as cattle push against it," says Larry Hunt, Poly-Pride, Inc., Lancaster, Ohio, about the new hay ring his company introduced at the recent Ohio Farm Science Review.
  The hay ring measures 8 ft. in diameter and 4 ft. high and is made from high density polyethylene. It comes in four sections that you bolt together with washers and self-tapping nuts.
  "The high density polyethylene is flexible and won't break even in extreme weather conditions, unlike some other poly hay rings that are made with a different material," says Hunt. "You can't dent it and if it gets bent it just straightens back up. It needs almost no maintenance."
  Sells for $229 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Poly-Pride, Inc., 724-C South Columbus St., Lancaster, Ohio 43130 (ph 740 681-1114; fax 740 681-1006).

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2003 - Volume #27, Issue #1