Worms: they’re more than the squishy, squirmy creatures you used to dig up in the backyard when you were a kid. Worms are beneficial, cylindrical shaped little animals that provide a host of benefits to your garden. You may have come across the concept of vermiculture in your gardening endeavors, and simply put, it’s the process of worms turning garden waste into compost. That compost is full of valuable nutrients for your soil and plants that came right from your own kitchen!

If you’re new to keeping worms in your garden, check out our articles on worm bin essentials and how to build a worm bin composter.

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    Raising Mealworms: 7 Easy Steps To Raise Mealworms At Home

    While there are many nutritious treats you can feed your chickens to keep them happy and healthy, mealworms are one of the best that you can provide your flock. Mealworms are extremely high in protein. Dried mealworms can contain as much as 53% protein. Mealworms are a really great treat to feed chickens, but they can […] More