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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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    Start a worm farm to sell them or just for personal use? If just for personal use set up a 4x8 patch of decent soil/compost about 1' deep and cover with a sheet of plywood. When you want worms just lift the wood, scoop some worms into a container and go fishing.
    For a farm you need some land.

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    • #3
      I used to raise worms under my rabbit cages. The rabbit manure seemed to attract the worms. We would mix rice hulls with the manure to keep it from getting too clumped up and easier for the worms to work the manure. The rabbits were tasty after they grew a little (we raised them to eat) and anytime I wanted some fishing worms a turn of a shovel or two always filled my worm can. The worms also helped keep the manure odor down. After raising rabbits for about 10 years and having up to 120 at one time we planted a garden where the rabbit cages were and had a fantastic garden...talk about super rich soil!

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      • #4
        They have worm kits at Walmart that should suffice. They are pretty cheap too.

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        • #5
          I use an old 100qt cooler. I buried it, used some fresh soil, shredded news paper. Burying the cooler keeps the cooler...well, cool.

          And to stock it. You know how to pick nightcrawlers right?

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          • #6
            http://www.opentutorial.com/index.php?title=Make_a_worm_farm

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