Red Wigglers - 45-55 count cup
Baitworms Eisenia fetida
When you think of Red Wiggler Worms, bait for fishing or composting maybe the only things that comes to mind. However, did you know that Red Wiggler worms make an excellent food choice for your hungry turtle or amphibian? Species like Red Eared Slider turtles and Marine Toads will go bananas over these worms. And unlike worms you might collect in the wild, our captive raised worms are free from chemicals, fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, or parasites.
Caring for your Red Wigglers
Red Wigglers can be kept indoors at room temperature and will eat all sorts of paper, cardboard, bread, fruits, vegetables, egg shells, and coffee grounds. (Please, no animal scraps of either meat or fish, and also no dairy products like cheese). And if you do set up your very own worm bin, not only will you be doing something good for the environment, but you will be making your own food source for your pet.
Red Wiggler Nutritional Values
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