What are European Night Crawlers?
European Night Crawler are composting worm are also known as Euros, Belgium worms, and super red worms.
They grow up to 5 inches long, get as thick as a number two pencil and weigh up to 1.7 grams each.
There is up to 500 worms per pound.
What do they eat?
They eat garbage that you have around the house like; paper, cardboard, and produce scraps.
They can eat two times their body weight in one day.
Which can help out up to 65 to 70% recycling your garbage to help with your household green footprint.
What can you use the Euros for?
- European Night Crawlers a composting worm that makes vermicompost that is an excellent organic fertilizer.
- They are a great fishing worm. They are known to stay alive on the hook longer. Which makes them more desirable for the fish.
- They make awesome exotic pet food. Whatever animal you need to feed worms to. You can breed your worms and not have to worry about running out of worms.
I have found that the European Night Crawlers are a great worm for starting worm composting.
They can handle extreme conditions and will still stay alive.
They have survived somewhat dried out worm bin.
They like the bin a bit on the wetter side then other worms do.
As long as you keep them out of the sun.
They can handle hot weather and not blink an eye.
I have also kept them in the garage in the winter and they have survived the bitter cold of the Boston area.
You are 100% GUARANTEED to have live worms on delivery.
If you have any problems with the worms received, please contact me immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide a detailed description and photos if possible. Please DON’T simply assume they are dead if they don’t seem alive. Shipping is a bit stressful for them and they may need a little recovery time in a moist and quiet bin overnight.