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==== ==== Worm Farming Secrets - Best Selling Guide To Worm Composting ==== ====

So you are madly enthusiastic about your worm farm. Vermiculture is great! You have finally gotten it right - your worms are happy and multiplying like mad, producing pounds of great compost and devouring masses of kitchen scraps. So you are now wondering if your hobby couldn't be put to good use. Can't you somehow get a pay-back for all the hours spent wrangling your herds of worms. After all, you've spent days setting up worm bins, making sure that your little darlings are not too hot or too cold, chasing away insect pests and searching books for specialised knowledge about all their many likes and dislikes. So isn't there an easy way to make a mint of money, simply by stepping up your operation and following your obsession to a logical conclusion just by putting even more of the slimy critters to work for you? The short answer is - "Sorry chump - No there isn't"! The amount of money that can be made from selling fishing worms, vermicompost or vermitea from even the largest home scale operation, wouldn't keep you in handkerchiefs. Quite frankly doing this sort of thing, on anything less than an industrial scale, really wouldn't be worth the all the bother and hassle of getting your products to market. So much for the easy way - however don't despair - there are a lot of hard ways to make money around worm farming or vermiculture. Most adults have already learnt that making money in the real world always needs dedication, imagination and hell of a lot a lot of hard work and short cuts are few and far between. But that doesn't mean that it still can't be fun! The secret is to sell the products that are used by your fellow worm farmers - not the actual produce of the farms themselves. Take a lesson - more money was made in the days of the gold rushes by the merchants who sold picks, shovels and sacks of beans than by all the hosts of would-be miners and prospectors. The trick is that if you want to make real money from worm farming, you need to start by selling the worm farm bins themselves. There are a multitude of manufacturers looking for re-sellers and distributors for their products. These bins are light, robust and are usually stackable so a garden shed or basement is all you need for storage - that is if you have to physically hold some stock. Many just take orders and then re-direct through the mail or delivery system. But better still - you can take delivery then prepare the bins with a little coconut fibre bedding, write up an instruction brochure (from your vast knowledge and past experience as a hands-on hobbyist) - then simply drop in a handful of worms and off you go - a living worm farm! You have now added considerable value and can set out to market your individual worm farms as a ready-to-go units at a good mark up. There are many variations on this well tested formula - you will certainly be able find one that works for you.

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==== ==== Worm Farming Secrets - Best Selling Guide To Worm Composting ==== ====

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