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Going POO hunting!
    #1489279 - 04/24/03 02:04 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

It just so happens that Im going camping this weekend, and we're camping nearby a friend's farm, with cow's and straw readily available! However, I've been in cow fields before, and know that cow patties vary a bit. Would it be advisable to collect fresher poo, or older poo for an experiment? And how much would I need if I say, wanted to case ~ eight 1/2 pint jars? 3-5 cow patties? And about how much straw? I may also use the oppurtunity to do some hunting. I alos am going to try out some mimosa to, it's gonna be one hell of a weekend.


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Re: Going POO hunting! [Re: biglo]
    #1489285 - 04/24/03 02:06 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Get the dry shit.


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Re: Going POO hunting! [Re: biglo]
    #1489295 - 04/24/03 02:09 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Pick up the dry stuff and then collect the fresh and dry it for future experiments. You ll need the same amount of poo and straw. For 4 pints of spawn you could use anywhere from 20 to 40 pints of poo/straw mix, i'd start at the lower end.

Good luck, watch out cow poo can get a bit messy you just need to squeese it out a lot after pasturisation.


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