Save yourself thousands of dollars. Get the inside information on starting your own worm business by genuine experts, not high pressure salesmen.
The Commercial Worm Farm Information Kit includes EVERYTHING you need to know in order to start the right way.
"Commercial Vermiculture: How to Build a Thriving Business in Redworms"
"Worms Eat My Garbage", 162 page book on vermicomposting
"Exploring Profits In Worm Farming"
"Wine Country Worms" a Video Tour of a Working Worm Farm!
Included Free With Kit: List of Potential Markets to Sell Worms & Vermicastings to
"Guide to Small Scale Vermicomposting"
"How Worms THRIVE", fact sheet
"Why Worms CRAWL", fact sheet
A "Promote Global Worming" bumper sticker
Yes, you can make money in the worm business, BUT, BEFORE you believe high pressure salesmen who try to convince you to invest $10,000 (or more) in a new "business opportunity" called worm growing, get the reliable information you need in order to make informed decisions. These publications & video teach you what & what not to do, who & who NOT to believe, what markets to explore, how to grow healthy worms, how to set up a profitable worm farm, plus much, much more. Save yourself a great deal of time and money by getting the right information from reliable sources before you begin.
"This information is a must for anyone who is really serious about starting their own business".
Be sure to visit our ARTICLES SECTION
and read the important articles "Read This Before Investing"
and "Downside of Buy-Backs."
Also, go to our INVERTEBRATES SECTION
and read all about redworms so that you will know the truth about how fast redworms reproduce and not some hyped-up, false scenario that some buy-back, co-op, or worm grower's association salesman tells you. GET INFORMED so you can distinguish between truth and error! And don't take any wooden nickels!
Some companies say they are selling redworms, when in fact they are selling a different species. Eisenia fetida redworms can thrive in temperatures ranging from 34 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, so they do well in all parts of the country. Eisenia fetida redworms process just about any organic material. Other species, such as Perionyx excavatus, which some erroneously call redworms, die if exposed to 45-degree temps. Perionyx excavatus do okay in the Gulf States, but not anywhere else. Species such as Perionyx excavatus do okay in manure piles, but are not suitable for in-vessel type systems & they never get big enought for use as a bait worm. When buying redworms be sure they are the correct species for your purposes and not a species that will die easily in your climate.