Building a Worm Farm Business
Most people would never guess that growing worms could be a profitable business. There are many people that would buy worms from a worm farm. Mostly, they are people who need quality worms for their fishing trips or gardeners who wants good worms that can work the soil. Building a farm is extremely easy, and a small business can be set up as quickly as a matter of hours. Here are some tips on how to get started on your first farm.
Choosing the Right Worms for Worm Farming
Worm farming is done for several reasons. Composting, the production of nutrient rich soil and providing live bait are three of the most common reasons for worm farming. Some worms do a better job at their duties than others so it is important to know how to choose the right worms for your worm farm.
Catalpa Worm Farming
If you are from the southern portion of the United States, you may not know about catalpa worms, but chances are you've at least heard of them. Catalpa worms are not really worms, but they are lumped into the worm family anyway. Try telling the redneck fishermen these little buggers aren't worms!