We go an extra step with hay twine. When we open a bale, we remove the twine, we fold it a couple times, then knot it a couple times. The result is too big to eat and has loops that are too small to get a hoof through. Only after that is the hay twine considered ready for the trash.
Natural Horsemanship & Dressage : It's all about Happy Horses
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