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More pastureland just means more space to trek around, but also more possible places for shrooms to grow. Either way if conditions are right, and the spores are there, they will grow. Size doesn't matter unless your a woman
The field I gather in is fewer than 10 acres, two-dozen or so cattle. Plenty of fine cubensis, though this in no way means that any small fields in your area will produce as well.
Edit: Also, my pasture is bordered on one side by a stream, bordered on all sides by thick forest, is low-lying and in the center is a small wading hole/retention pond around which there is much tree/shrubbery cover. Don't know whether the water helps at all; perhaps in the winter--this is my first summer making use of this field. Also, in various other areas are patches of tall grass and shrubbery, and it is in these areas where I find the greatest numbers and the largest in size. Good luck!