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Re: "Red wigglers" as killie food suppliment?with a little spam
I use them a lot they are easy to culture and the food for them is cheep
$12.00 for 50 pounds. The bedding is cal car 2 cups to a five gallon bucket
of Canadian Sphagnum peat. Just bite the heads off and turn them inside out
to remove the black stuff and the chop them into fish bite size morsels.
(when you turn them inside out and get the black stuff use it as a spread
for unsuspecting guests just add a little oyster sauce to it with cream
cheese. flame shield up separate the to do part from the joke.
D.B.N.B ( reply by private e-mail for translation)
Gotta go pick eggs so there will be plenty when you come visit.
as the water changes automatically.
killiman at iquest_net
317 253 2170
317 253 2170
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron @ FAR EAST" <ronwill at starhub_net.sg>
To: <KillieTalk at AKA_Org>
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 9:41 AM
Subject: "Red wigglers" as killie food suppliment?
> Hello all,
> Besides the usual menu of tubifex, daphnia, grindal/white worms and BBS,
> what's the opinion on using red wigglers as a suppliment? Is it too
> high in protein/fat ??
> I will be working on a vermiculture using these wigglers (specifically
> Eisenia foetida) for composting purely organic garbage (vege) for worm
> "castings" to fertilize my herbs, and thought that the young worms (so I
> don't have to chop 'em up) may be a treat for adult killies.
> A penny for your thoughts?
> Ronnie Lee
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