Ecovalleyworms
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Worm farming business from Australia

Eco Valley Worms is a supplier of quality worm farms, compost worms, worm castings, worm eggs and bait worms.

They ship their worms all over Australia.


Compost worms in worm farms can help to reduce the amounts of organic waste going to landfill sites. Worms recycle food waste and other organic materials and convert them into nutrient rich plant food.

Contact details

Address:

Eco Valley Worms
1200 Atkinsons Dam Rd,
Buaraba, Qld 4311  - Australia

Telephone:

07 5424 6040

Web:

http://www.ecovalleyworms.com.au



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