*** IMPORTANT UPDATE – PLEASE READ *** – This is NOT the Big Tex Worms website, which in fact no longer exists. Liz decided to move on from the worm business to pursue other things a number of years ago. This is simply a guest blog post (and video) she shared with us (here on my “Red Worm Composting” website). Over the years quite a few people have searched for “Big Tex Worms”, arrived here and assumed it was her site (some ending up feeling disgruntled once they found out it wasn’t). If you are looking for composting worms – we do sell them, and Liz is still a friend (she now sends people to us when they get in touch with her about worms). That being said, please don’t assume that we are selling the worms the exact same way she was. If you have questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Thanks!
Every year I collect pumpkins from my neighbors after Thanksgiving. I then use these pumpkins to feed my goats, chickens, ducks and worms. It gives me feedstock for 2-3 months! This is a frugal recyclers dream. Here is a video I made explaining how I do it:
About the Author: Liz is the worm farmer behind BigTex Worms, located in a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas. Liz, along with with her homeschooled daughters, run BigTex Worms. Her goats, chickens and ducks provide feed for the worms do the rest of the real work. Liz just wrangles them to ship orders all over the US.