aplusmnt":cr52wrbl said:Carnivore":cr52wrbl said:mnmtranching":cr52wrbl said:I've fed a few bales each way, The end result is the same. If you take the twine off is better to set the bales on end.
You mean some people leave the twine on? I panick when one of the cows eats a piece of twine, thinking it is hay. Don't recall the number of times I have fought a cow over a piece of the twine.
I have been cleaning up twine/netting for 5 years now. Past owner never removed it once I think. Everything I turn around the wind has blown up more hay netting somewhere in a field.
Alice":3o4tfxym said:ALACOWMAN":3o4tfxym said:i cant see where having more cattle will help you'r question tulsa, and keep in mind your domestic business with your wife is no concern of ours. but keep those begginer questions coming thats what this board is aboutS.R.R.":3o4tfxym said:If you have to ask what end of a bale to put up in your round bale feeder you do not have enough cattle. Put the bale up right or put the bale flat! It is in a feeder right? Let the cows go at it and spend your time thinking about how to keep your wife happy!! If you have that down pat pm me with the answer and then buy more cattle to keep yourself occupied.
I've gone thru this thread 3 times trying to see where Tulsagreenhorn mentioned his wife, and I've yet to find it. I think the keeping the wife happy remark was SRR's attempt at humor.
Sorry, just couldn't keep from butting in on that one...carry on.
Alice (who expects to dearly pay for this)