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I was finding mushrooms in my field late last fall, but haven't seen any sign of growth so far this year. Cows were in the field last summer, so it's not that old. I went after a pretty good rain and the shit was really dry and old looking. Is it just too early in the season still, or should I start looking for another field since the shit isn't fresh.
they should still be there I hunt a feild that hasnt had cows in it for around a year so if they were there they still should be around. Their numbers will dwindle and then eventually the feild will die so start looking for a new one now. oh yea and next time try the search feature first. Peace
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