Has anyone found a good use for the large bulk seed bags. I hate to trash them.
Set them by my sliding miter saw to throw the drop offs in. Best part was the bags are like lighter fluid when you haul the thing to the bur...More
If they don’t have treatment in them talk to your local feed dealer. Sometimes they can use them for bulk feed.
We use ours to stop erosion put down in wash outs cover bad tile connections, put sand or stone in them for big sand bags
Should go without saying, but if they've had seed treatment in them, make sure they are not used for anything a person might be exposed to d...More
Had a steer go down and slid a bag under them with the loops on each side then put the pallet forks through the loops and used the loader t...More
Real nice to lay down to work under equipment
They make a great cover for pool heaters and pumps or covers for bin motors and augers
I cut the top and bottom out and cut the side of 40 unit bean bags to end up with a 4’x12’ piece. I used around 100 of these to put down be...More
I've cut them then used them to pick cows or calves up if they go down on us.
I use them at harvest to bag and store Ear Corn in..
I also bag and store Peanuts in them and if I didn't own a grain bagger to store Shell...More
Holds a lot of aluminum cans till ready for sale
Use to cover our Homestead water well during the winter. Doesn't get as cold down here down south but it works good.
We use them for fixing river and large ditch levees in emergencies. They have been in high demand the last few years around me.
Offer them to the local feed mill, or anyone who sales bulk feed. They might even buy them.
I have bought feed from a feed mill and they won’t even refill the bags for me. Have to buy new ones from them
Gives me a good idea for used netwrap and used plastic wrap off of big round haybales.thanks
A lot of people donate them to our county fair board. They use them for trash containers during the fair
There has to be a Pinterest category for totes, shuttles, super sacks, and seed bins.
Not until you start it
I used to have camouflage bags I sold soybeans in. Farmers used them for duck blinds after. No reason you can't fill with hay, spray camou...More
They work great in emergency flood situations. Use them as a make shift dumpster for the wife so only have to haul trash to dump one a month...More
Hopper bin on top of grain cleaner
If you have a spot to play baseball or softball on the farm with the kids they make a useful backstop behind home plate if strung between so...More
I’ve seen people cut the tops out and store things like fire wood or waterfowl decoys in them
I cut the stitching at the seams and used them to line panels to make a wind break.
Cotton gin buys them they rebag them sell seed for feed out of them.
We keep some around to clean out our air drill. The archery range has a few that are packed full of other bags to catch arrows.