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...without cattle? My field from last year has no cows on it, abandoned. I thought the farmer was rotating his cattle from field to field. Well, no cows, and no poopie pies...yet. I went out there 2 weeks ago to see if there was any type of growth, nothing. But that was before all of this rain we have been getting in SW Florida. So how long will a field produce mushrooms without cows, or even worse, without pies? there are a couple old pies left from the previous year, but no new ones.
I really thought the farmer was going to rotate his cattle back to this field, because the field was manicured over the winter. Damnit! Now I guess I got to go hunting for a new field! ~MSA~
usually a spot where a cow shat will produce for about a year so your luck might be running low and even worse lets hope he didnt sell his land to developers that seems to be happening alot around my area. good luck