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Just that, really. Thinking of buying one but they seem expensive. Is the liquid feed good? I have chickens and compost their bedding and also household organic waste and garden trimmings. I was thinking of 'feeding' part-rotted chicken compost to the worms rather than giving it to them raw.Any experience?
I used to have one - it was great (and I bought it via the council for £10) but now I have a garden with a compost bin there's no need really. Mine was wooden so didn't get as moist so no liquid feed, but the compost was amazing. It takes a while for waste to get broken down so garden trimmings might be rather optimistic.
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