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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone has ever used straw bedding from a chicken coop to grow mushrooms. I will be having lots of this being produced over the next many years and am hoping I can do more with it than just compost it. Thanks
 
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You could certainly grow oyster mushrooms on it.
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