Hi, I have been searching the web high and low for an answer to a question I have and I was hoping you could help me! I am on a small acre hobby farm and have a lot of leaf litter and hay from goat sheds. I wanted to put a large worm farm in each paddock so I can put this brown waste in but I cannot produce 50% green waste to put with it. Will the worm farm work on a smaller ratio of green waste? We do produce lawn clippings but if you have to let these stand for some time so the heat goes out of them then are they considered green or brown? Thank you in advance for any help you can give me!
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