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Warm Worms
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Ray    Posted 03-24-2003 at 15:11:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am worried that the high dollar pure Arabian manure that I have my worms in may be too hot for them.....anybody have any comments and/or suggestions??

bob ny    Posted 03-25-2003 at 04:31:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
what the h--l is high dollar pure arbian manure
is it different than old work horse manure or is it a yuppie thing i always thought you get out of a horse what you put inthe horse

Ray    Posted 03-26-2003 at 20:11:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The last thing I am is a yuppie, I used the term "high dollar" to describe the type of farm where I get the crap from for free....some of the horses there are worth more than my home...If you get out of a horse what you put in, then it probably is "high dollar" considering what they(the breeders) pay for specialized feed. I mean only to say that my worms get nothing but the best...

cowgirlj    Posted 03-25-2003 at 06:43:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Sounds like a seller's scam. Arabian's are a hot blooded horse, but that is not in physical temperature. LOL, Poop is poop when it comes to horses.

countrygurl    Posted 03-24-2003 at 20:09:46       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hello ray,
what make you think the manure is heating up to much, heat from decomposing or heat from air temp.
email me if I can help you.

DeadCarp    Posted 03-24-2003 at 17:17:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
Now we're talking worms - something up my alley :)
True that worms are pretty fussy about temperature, moisture etc, but given half a chance, they'll stay in their comfort zone. That's why nite-crawlers cross sidewalks when it rains, they can't handle all that wet. if you want free fishing worms, lay an old plank in the corral right by the barn (or compost heap) and when you need them, lift the plank. If you forgot the plank and need some anyway, stick a rod in the lawn and hook an electric fencer to it. They don't like juice either. :)

fredo    Posted 03-24-2003 at 16:48:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
the BS on the common ground board, runs hot and cold,lots of it. take all you want, there's lots of it.

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