Small Bag Haylage

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JimW
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Re: Small Bag Haylage

Post by JimW » Tue Jan 19, 2016 1:58 pm

windwalkingwolf wrote:Nice to see some green this time of year, LOL, I think I might try this myself this year. How did you compress the grass?
I designed a very high tech process. I put a plastic bag inside a 3 gallon maple sap bucket filled with grass, then used a second sap bucket to press down with my weight on top, added more grass, compressed again.....repeat.... very high tech.
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Re: Small Bag Haylage

Post by windwalkingwolf » Tue Jan 19, 2016 5:01 pm

Bahahahaha! You youngsters and your new fangled gadgets! In MY day we would've recruited small children to jump up and down in the bag. LOL!
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Re: Small Bag Haylage

Post by JimW » Tue Jan 19, 2016 5:23 pm

windwalkingwolf wrote:Bahahahaha! You youngsters and your new fangled gadgets! In MY day we would've recruited small children to jump up and down in the bag. LOL!
My kids were busy cutting and raking up the grass, I was the lazy one, sitting on a stool packing it into the bags.
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