Re: NANFA-- Live food for the Aquarium

Tue, 8 Feb 2000 07:12:39 -0600

I purchased a similar item at a Bass Pro Shops store. It's a foam cooler
like container with vent holes and it came with bedding material and worm
food (you could use vegetable or plant scraps instead). I haven't set it up
yet, so I can't say how well it works.

Ty at on 02/07/2000 06:10:44 PM

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Subject: Re: NANFA-- Live food for the Aquarium

Ray I have a catalog for a place that sells "KITS" to raise worms,
butterflies and other things, they actually sell to schools and such, but
worm raising kits are really good the average price is $49.00 to 69.99?
remember now, and you raise worms and make compost for the garden at the
time. If anyone wants the number for the place I'll post it.

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