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i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i

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  • i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i

    i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i live in a hot state

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    i have heard that an old refridgerator like however big of one you want is a good way to build a wormfarm. it should do a good job of keeping out the heat in the summer time. i think all you have to do is like drain all of the freon out of it and take the shelves and stuff out. then lay it on its back and fill it with dirt. it should do a great job.

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      http://www.opentutorial.com/index.php?title=Make_a_worm_farm

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