Hungry Bin Worm Farm

The Hungry Bin is the modern wonder of worm farms!

A continuous flow system, the Hungry Bin is far more efficient than worm farms that use stacked trays. The unique shape of the bin creates a large surface area, allowing the worms to easily access the food scraps at the top – they’re surface feeders after all – allowing them to process more waste, more quickly. The tapered sides encourages the worms to stay on the surface, while compressing their castings below.

Wormlover supplies Redworms [Eisenia Fetida] – also known as Tiger worms – the work horses of composting worms.

A well functioning worm farm can take kilos of food scraps a week, and turn it into quality compost. We recommend you get your worms into a worm farm as soon as possible, they have some food for transport but will be hungry! They don’t like heat so keep them in a cool place out of the sun while waiting to move into their new home.

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