Red worms can do more for you than improve the soil in your garden. If you’re survival-conscious and looking for a possible business opportunity, but don’t have a lot to invest, consider redworm farming.
The article excerpt below is from the July/August 2008 issue of “Backwoods Home Magazine” and contains information you can use. Click the link below to read the whole piece.
by Charles Sanders
If you are looking for a way to earn extra income, a retirement job, or even a new livelihood, then raising earthworms might just be the thing. This is one occupation that will certainly keep you close to the soil—sometimes up to your elbows in it.
The primary market for your squirming livestock is the ever growing recreational fishing market. Most people who are heading out for an afternoon of fishing simply don’t have the time or place to dig up a can full of lively fishing worms. You can fill their need for live bait by having good, healthy bait worms available.
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