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Do cows eat mushrooms?

Do cows eat mushrooms? Yes they do. Our cows often bypass the grass to go for ivy, reeds, young hawthorn shoots and anything they can reach in my garden. Just like us they appreciate a varied and natural diet. At this time of year I am in fierce competition with our cows to get to wild field mushrooms before them. I love eating mushrooms, especial field mushrooms and puffballs. An 8 inch field mushroom cooked whole in butter, served on toast is my favourite lunch, just behind a thick slice of puffball cooked with streaky bacon. Finding the remains of a cow-trodden or munched mushroom is frustrating but there will always be more tucked away somewhere. With some significant rain over th

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The Rumming family have been farming cattle on the banks of the Thames at Waterhay near Cirencester, and at Lydiard near Swindon for over 60 years.  We provide the highest possible animal welfare which together with the grass fed diet produce superior beef.


Our beef is hung on the bone for 3-4 weeks to give the best flavour and texture, and then expertly butchered and packed in our own on farm butchery.  You can collect the beef fresh or frozen directly from the farms. 

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