meadow muffin

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meadow muffin

slang A pile or mass of animal dung, especially from a cow, that is still wet. She slipped in the wet grass of the field and fell straight into a fresh meadow muffin.
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meadow muffin

n. a mass of cow dung. Jill stepped in a meadow muffin while she was bird-watching.
See also: meadow, muffin
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COTTAGE GROVE - Among the colorful stories that historian Marcia Allen recalls of Cottage Grove is one about a little girl and the burning of "meadow muffins."
Meadow muffins are the smelly piles left by cows for you to accidentally step in.
"I wanted to know if meadow muffins made a smokeless fire," Allen said, chuckling as she told the story Sunday.
You'll want to avoid the extra large meadow muffins that are the product of the two giant water buffaloes grazing in an adjacent pasture.