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Type Inedible parts
Weight 1 Stones
max Speed
Tamable No
Length 3
Quantity Ingredient Influence
3 × Honey 30 %
1 × Dung 30 %
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Durability Equipment Influence
1 Cooking pot 5 %
10 Kitchen 10 %
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Required skill Cooking
Minimum skill level 60
Skill influence 25 %
Starting tool
Crafting duration
Resulting quantity 2
Amount wanted
ID 1032

Collected from cleaning out your coop, barn or small stable/large stable. The minimum collection amount is 1, which for coops, the Dung'O Meter must be at least 20%. At 20% on the Dung'O'Meter, coops will produce 1 Dung, a barn will produce 3 Dung, and a large stable will produce about 100 dung. You can collect dung from the larger animal buildings before the 20% mark.

The maximum capacity of dung in a building is not yet determined, but it can exceed 100%. However having too much dung can cause poor hygiene and cause animals to die.

Dung can be used to fertilize soil into Fertile Soil using farming level 90. Fertilizing soil with dung can also increase the fertile soil quality. Fertilizing only affects the top layer of soil and will not change the underlying layers.

Improper Honey[edit | edit source]

Improper Honey is not a separate item, it is simply the name of the recipe that allows you to turn Honey into Dung.

Tip[edit | edit source]

  • Observed 2016-03-19, Stable dung > 75% appears to have reduced half the horses in an all-Q100 stable, to be Q99.