Here you’ll find all sorts of tips and tricks for keeping and caring for worms – whether you’re an experienced worm farmer or just starting out.

In the following pages, there are guides on:

  • General worm care
  • Fattening your herd to get the biggest, best worms for fishing
  • A recipe for worm tea
  • And advice on stackable worm farms.

Growing & farming worms is an enjoyable hobby

and I’ve written these guides with the intention of making it simple and easy for everyone to have a go. Worm farming or composting can be a great eco-friendly addition to your household routine, and stop unnecessary wastage.

Not only that, but worm tea, made from worm castings, can be used in your garden and pot plants. This is because it’s a really effective fertilizer full of good beneficial aerobic bacteria, which will make your plants thrive.

As you can see, there are so many benefits to keeping worms,

so go ahead and check out the following pages for all the information you’ll need to know.

Whether you’re breeding and growing worms to use as bait for fishing, to use in composting bins, or to use as fish, turtle, reptile or bird food, worms are very easy to care for as long as you follow a few simple rules.

And most of all, if you’re unsure, just ask!

I offer a free email support service which means that you can contact me with any questions you might have about worms, worm farms, or worm care.

Brian’s Worms is all about offering a personal touch, so you can be sure that you’ll always get the best advice from someone who knows what they’re doing and cares about your worm farm.

If you’re looking for worms, woodies, or even just some friendly advice, don’t put it off – please contact me here or give me a call on 0423 380 482.

September 2020