Finding Buyers For Composting Worms

“How do I go about finding buyers for the worms? Raising them is the easy part?” ~ Abe Camberg Hi Abe, Thank you for your question! Once you have got the hang of worm farming, you are correct that it actually is really easy. However, If you were thinking of raising the worms for sale…

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How Much Do Worms Normally Sell For?

“How much do worms normally sell for?” ~ Mike Harris Hi Mike, Worms varies in price all around the world! It also depends which types of worms you are looking at. I will focus on the two most popular composting worms; the European Nightcrawlers (Denrobeana Veneta/Eisenia Hortensis) and the Red Wigglers (Eisenia Feotidas). In different…

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Worm Bins Under A Rabbit Hutch

“I am looking for specific information concerning worm bins under a rabbit hutch. Lid/no lid. Screen for ventilation? Let the poo drop right in or dump a tray into the bin? There’s not much of a consensus, it seems, on the best way to set it up for an outside system. Thanks!” ~ Roman Shapla…

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Hole Diameter In Worm Composting Systems

“I see there are many manufactured plastic worm farms, the stackable style. I have access to as many five gallon plastic buckets as I want, do you know the diameter holes that are put in these stacks for the worms to migrate through to the next higher level? If I knew this, I believe I…

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Make a Worm Farm Using a Large Rubbermaid Container

“How can I make a worm farm using a large Rubbermaid container so I don’t have to spend a lot of money to get started?” ~ Suzanne Prouty Dear Suzanne, If you have one or a few large Rubbermaid containers, you have quite a few options on what you can do. You can simply use…

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Can I paint outside of a clear bin to have my worm farm in?

“Can I paint outside of a clear bin to have my worm farm in? thanks” ~ Dot Wildman Hi Dot, The reason why all worm bins are non-porous for light is because worms are very sensitive to light and will not work to their full capacity when light is shone through. Painting a clear bin…

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DID YOU KNOW? – Earthworms Are Very Nutritious

Earthworms are very nutritious. They are low in fat and high in protein making them a great source of food. In fact they are so good, an eco-restaurant has made it their business to use earthworms as the main ingredients of their food. This ranges from Earthworm cheesecake to Earthworm soup. With an increasing consciousness…

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