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Rani Repel Bale Wrap 750 x 1500

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  • Effectiveness as repellent proven in various field tests
  • Non-harmful for the animals nor the environment
  • Repellent effect is achieved through odour and taste
  • Award-winning
  • Full repellent effectiveness up to 24 months from date of production

RaniRepel is a pest-repellent bale wrap film, designed to protect bales against bird and rodent attacks. Farmers benefit financially from the reduced number of damaged bales.

The repellent additive used contains only natural elements such as essential oils, is approved by EU regulatory bodies and meets biocidal regulations.

Material: LDPE with UV protection.

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