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PROFESSIONAL WORMERS

THIS GROUP IS FOR PEOPLE WHO MAKE MONEY OFF OF WORM FARMING

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Latest Activity: Mar 18

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The Brockwood Worm Shi*fter

Here is the video of my newest production model of the Brockwood Worm Shi*fter. This machine is fast, efficient, quiet and priced for a mid size professional worm farm. $2495.00 is the cost and it…Continue

Started by Harry Hopkins Oct 4, 2013.

Automatic Worm Harvester

Hello,I'm Harry Hopkins and I am the inventor of the Brockwood Worm Shi*fter. This machine works especially well with the UNCO African Night…Continue

Started by Harry Hopkins Sep 1, 2013.

Reds or Africans 6 Replies

I am expanding and adding more bins next month. I will be splitting the bins next month for the reds and just split the africans last week. I will start with the web site and have worms for sale in…Continue

Started by Keith Reber. Last reply by Michael May 31, 2013.

Large scale worm reactors design 12 Replies

Hello, my name is Mark Shaw we have a business in Johannesburg South Africa called the Worm Guy.We use large 2.4 x 1.2 m flow through worm bins (photo attached)and harvest by scraping the vermicast…Continue

Started by Mark Shaw. Last reply by Matthew Wilson Nov 27, 2012.

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Comment by joshua on June 8, 2010 at 8:36am
Hi all!
Comment by tunji tawura on July 7, 2010 at 1:26am
Hello everyone !
Comment by Don Dillon on July 7, 2010 at 5:40am
Not selling anything yet, but may if we have extra after using it at our nursery.
Comment by Jonathan T. Dyer on November 9, 2010 at 4:13pm
Hi everyone. Does anyone out there use red wigglers and european night crawlers in the same bin?
Comment by JIM STACY on May 30, 2011 at 6:27am
Hi Jonathan, we raise both EA's and EH's in the same bin, not on purpose but they came mixed in. They do not inter breed , so you won't get a hybrid. For the most part we raise them separated because most people are getting them for different jobs.
later Jim
Comment by JIM STACY on May 31, 2011 at 9:09am
Hi Folks, right now we raise roughly 5# of EA's for each 18gl. tote, just wondering if anyone has tried to raise more in that amount of space successfully, or if you can give me and amount per cubic foot?
Thanks and have a nice day, Jim
French Creek Worms
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. 16403
Comment by Jason Blunt on June 20, 2011 at 12:33pm
Good day!  I recently started worm farming as a business (Squirmywormy) and I am based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  I would love to share thoughts and ideas with the rest of you professionals.  I'm presently small scale but plan on ramping up things a lot in the next few months.  I presently raise and sell the famous Red Worms and Worm bins.  I plan on getting into industrial applications in the future.
Comment by The Garbage Guru on June 20, 2011 at 2:46pm

 Welcome Jason! I'm like Don in that i haven't actually sold any yet.Although i could.Not sure which route you are wanting to take?More than one way to sell worms.You can sell by pound,count,or even a set up of worms ready to go.Best to find the one that suites you personally.You can sell vc,supplies,etc.Not sure how far you have come?

 You may also want to join the farmers market group if you haven't already!

 

Comment by Jason Blunt on June 20, 2011 at 3:01pm
Thanks Garbage Guru.  So far I have only sold worms buy the pound and also some home made bins that people seem to like.  I'm actually getting a guest vendor spot at a local Farmer's market in July (Toronto).  The whole worm composting concept in Toronto still seems very unknown, I'm hoping to help change that!  Eventually I would like to get into using worms for treating sewage like they do in Australia and India.  I know that's large scale and will take years but I'm not going anywhere, so why not!
Comment by Don Dillon on June 20, 2011 at 3:49pm
Worms are a product/project that works very well with the 'start small, learn as you go, and build as you gain experience' method.  I think you'll probably find, like most here, that a big part of your job is to educate other people about the worms and why they should have them.  I spend a lot of time at the markets (our family has a nursery) just talking to people about the benefits of worms, and castings, and tea, etc.  They often end up buying the castings to take home.  Starting this weekend, I'm taking working RM bins to sell, and I think I've got the regulars fully informed and wanting to buy some bins.

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