I started raising red worms about 6 years ago to save money on fertilizer, pesticides, and potting soil, and to reduce waste. What started out as an experiment has benefitted my plants, soil, and family. We have added European Nightcrawlers and Alabama Jumpers to our herd, as well. Our whole family has enjoyed worm farming, and we hope yours will too.
We enjoy raising worms and turning food scraps into nutrient-dense castings (worm manure) to enhance soil and make compost tea for gardens, plants, lawns, and pasture. Texas Red Worms provides worm farming tips, healthy worms, and can set you up with your own worm farm. Texas Red Worms has farms in San Antonio and Livingston, Texas.
TexasRedWorms.com provides you the easiest way to start composting with Red Worms (vermicomposting) today. Our shoebox-sized, ready made Starter Farm provides everything you need: an established bin with bedding, food, & worms, to produce nutrient-rich castings for your plants and soil, and a thriving, breeding brood of Texas raised red worms (eisenia foetida): nature’s best composter.
In addition to raising worms, we are also adoption advocates and just brought home our second daughter from China. Our favorite things to grow are blueberries, meyer lemons, tangerines and peaches.