Worm Food

by Kirk Stone
(Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)

Raw egg fed to worms

Raw egg fed to worms

Can I feed worms raw eggs that are no good for cooking or do they need to be cooked first??

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by: Stephan

Hello Kirk,

I there should be no problem for the worms to eat raw eggs. As a matter of fact it will in some ways be even easier for the worms to eat the raw more liquid egg as it is softer than the hardboiled version.

Worms can eat nearly anything that is organic material and if you would like to find out about a new material that you would like to add to your worm farm try it out on a small scale first and if successful increase the amount you are feeding with time.

So i encourage you to crack one or even a few raw eggs and place them on the surface of your worm farm. Check for the progress the worms are making in feeding on the eggs. I estimate that if you have a good amount of worms in your worm bin the egg should be completely our of your bin within 2 weeks.

Kind regards and happy worming :-)

Stephan Kloppert

Author of "How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget"

Editor of www.worm-composting-help.com

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