• chris

    I have had my farm from Uncle Jim for 18 months now and love it. It was too hot in the garage in summer and too cold in winter (Minneapolis) so it is in the basement. I have no trouble with smell. I chop all kitchen waste in a bucket with garden shears, the smaller the better. I now have a large stack of gallon juice bottles ready to use.

    May 24, 2012
  • Jim Ackil

    Several years ago I moved my indoor worm bin population to an side compost area. It is simply a 4 x 4 fenced in area where I stash leaves, etc. The worms love it there and that is where all our food scraps go now. I make sure that when winter approaches that there is a good pile of leaves on top to provide some protection for the little wigglers. In the spring I move back some of the leaves and start adding scraps. The worms have survived six years, and there are many thousands of them now. By mid summer I have lots of casings/compost. I start dumping scraps to a side of the pile and the worms move there. I do need to bury scraps somewhat to discourage raccoons from digging things up.

    July 05, 2017

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