The Haybine Reverser Saves Time & Sanity

Is there anything quite like being in a hurry, plugging up your haybine and spending hours unplugging it while your precious life blood is being drained by helicopter sized mosquitoes? They say necessity is the mother of invention, so I imagine a few nights like that could create a need for something like the haybine reverser.


The haybine reverser is another one of those neat little innovations that seem to flow out of the inventive and ingenious heart of Saskatchewan. Manufactured in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan by QVB Enterprises Inc., the reverser was a hit with farmers at Canada’s Farm Progress Show and was featured as part of the innovations showcase. I spoke to Ken Hudacek of QVB Enterprises about the Haybine Reverser.

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Shaun Haney

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This is cool, there’s obviously a safety advantage to unplugging your haybine with this technology, no?


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