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Twine Burner Keeps Bale Buster Clean
Keith Schole, Pickardville, Alberta, loves his Bale King 2000R bale processor except for the hassle of twine removal. He solved the problem with an electric twine burner that he modified to make it easier to use.
  The El Toro twine burner originally had a short handle that required him to get right into the bale tub and stand on the rotor to burn off the twine that regularly builds up. By making a handle extension, he's now able to perform this maintenance job from higher up.
  He made the handle by clamping a wooden shovel handle (using pipe clamps) onto the side of the existing handle, and taping the electric cord along its length.
  The twine burner sells for right at $80 (Canadian).
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, El Toro Electric Brands Mfg., 21057 Twshp. Rd. 513A, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada T8G 1G1 (ph 780 662-3339; el-toro@telus.net).

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2006 - Volume #30, Issue #4