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Liner Turns Cribs Into Bins
You can make use of abandoned corn cribs with a fabric liner that seals up cribs for weathertight grain storage.
Two men can easily install a liner in less than an hour with no tools.
It's made from a woven plastic material that's moisture proof, rot proof and treated to resist breakdown from the sun's rays. It's "rip-proof" and has an expected average life of 4 to 5 years, according to Roeder.
Three ropes connect the liner to the crib. You simply spread the liner out inside the crib, start weaving the rope through the loops on the fabric and work toward the top.
Liners for any size bin, round or rectangular, sell for 12 to 15 cents per bushel for medium size cribs, and as low as 10 cents for larger cribs. A similar liner is available for concrete silos.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, FOF Products, Inc., P.O. Box E, 1505 Racine St., Delavan, Wis. 53115 (ph 414 728-2686).

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1986 - Volume #10, Issue #5