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BioGeoChemical analysis of manure piles...29-03-2022 08:43
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A friend has a problem with mushrooms growing out of his manure poles, which seems to attract hippie kids trespassing on his land. Special mushrooms I guess... None of his neighbors seem to have the same problem, have similar livestock, and farm setups. Why would one manure pile be so special. And how in the hell do these liberal kids find out out about these damn mushrooms. We've tried all kinds of crap, to get rid of the mushrooms, but the keep coming back after a short while.

The manure pile, is of course a compost pile, later to be used as fertilizer. Little concerned these mushrooms might be poisonous. Not for the kids sake, but for the livestock grazing pasture land where the compost is spread.
29-03-2022 22:01
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HarveyH55 wrote:
A friend has a problem with mushrooms growing out of his manure poles, which seems to attract hippie kids trespassing on his land. Special mushrooms I guess... None of his neighbors seem to have the same problem, have similar livestock, and farm setups. Why would one manure pile be so special. And how in the hell do these liberal kids find out out about these damn mushrooms. We've tried all kinds of crap, to get rid of the mushrooms, but the keep coming back after a short while.

The manure pile, is of course a compost pile, later to be used as fertilizer. Little concerned these mushrooms might be poisonous. Not for the kids sake, but for the livestock grazing pasture land where the compost is spread.


Liberal kids are good at following shit. They can smell the stuff for miles, and are attracted to it like flies. They're good at making up shit too, but there ain't no mushrooms in that shit.


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