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Uncle Jim's Red Worms

Item # HN-UJF003

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Uncle Jims Worm Farm

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  • Turn organic material into nutrient-rich compost
  • Turns 1 lb. of compost into 1 lb. of manure in only 24 hours
  • Heat- and cold-resistant
  • Breeds quickly - worms lay capsules every 30 days
  • Each capsule contains 6 or 7 baby worms
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Uncle Jim's Red Worms
 
4.3

(based on 68 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (39)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (15)
  • Durable (14)
  • Strong construction (8)
  • Cleans easily (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoors (11)
    • For self/couple (8)
    • Portable use (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Midrange shopper (33), Budget shopper (25)
      • I Am A:
      • Family older kids (19), Couple no kids (14), Family young kids (11), Single female (7), Single male (5)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Giving back with poo

    I have two wonderful puppies that produce the by product of their food...poo. I'd been putting it in the garbage (wrapped) and thought "there has to be a better...Read complete review

    I have two wonderful puppies that produce the by product of their food...poo. I'd been putting it in the garbage (wrapped) and thought "there has to be a better way" I found the compost bin site and ordered the worm composting kit on the spot. I initially had a problem with the directions included from "Tumbleweed" for the worms (DO NOT COVER THEM WITH PLASTIC AS THE DIRECTIONS WITH BIN SUGGEST!!!)and the phone no. was incomplete. But I haD great help and advice from compost bin site rep. Now, my wowrms are happily composting, and I can't wait to add the organic matter to my garden. Every little bit helps, especially when it comes to recycling.
    Kalster

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    There was no way that there were a 1000

    The worm box was just as advertised but there was no way that there were a 1000 worms in the bag. I would recommend the 360 worm case to others but I certainly wouldn't...Read complete review

    The worm box was just as advertised but there was no way that there were a 1000 worms in the bag. I would recommend the 360 worm case to others but I certainly wouldn't recommend purchasing the worms.

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    1.0

    Bad experience

    By Liz

    from Charlotte, NC

    About Me Midrange Shopper

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          Comments about Uncle Jim's Red Worms:

          Ordered a worm factory at the same time as the 2,000 worms. Factory was to be here two days before the worms. Worms came first. The box smelled horrid. There was a large group (like half) in the middle that were dead when we opened them. We transferred all to a container with damp bedding, a light, and some scraps of fruit waiting three more days for the worm factory to arrive. When the worm factory came the and we checked on the worms hoping they were only traumatized, a huge ball of worms was still laying there right on top. The live
          worms burrowed under the bedding. They were very expensive worms when you start off with half of what you paid for.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          alive and kicking

          By Daniel

          from Marshfield,MA

          About Me Midrange Shopper

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                Comments about Uncle Jim's Red Worms:

                My worms were left on the door step on a day when the temp was in the thirties. I thought they would be dead for sure. Thanks to the way they are packed in dry peat moss they survived and are doing very well in their new home.

                • I Am A:
                • Single Male

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Worms arrived quickly

                By George

                from HAWTHORNE,CA

                About Me Midrange Shopper

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                    • Outdoors

                    Comments about Uncle Jim's Red Worms:

                    I was so surprised how quickly my worms arrived. They arrived a full week before they were estimated. I was concerned because the Vermi-Hut I ordered hadn't arrived even though it was supposed to arrive a week before the worms. I simply gave the worms some water,sealed them back up and kept them indoors out of the sun while I waited. When it still hadn't arrived after two more days, I gave them more water and a handful of used coffee grounds. It worked like a charm. Four days after receiving them, my granddaughter and I put some very thriving and active worms in their new home.

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                    • Family Older Kids
                     
                    5.0

                    Great little reds

                    By Janice

                    from ROUND ROCK,TX

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                          Comments about Uncle Jim's Red Worms:

                          Arrived in great shape and ready to begin eating!

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                          • Family Older Kids
                           
                          4.0

                          Worms, worms, and more worms!

                          By Weston

                          from IOWA CITY,IA

                          About Me Midrange Shopper

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Compost All Your Own

                          Cons

                          • Collecting Garbage

                          Best Uses

                          • Garbage Re-useal
                          • Kitchen

                          Comments about Uncle Jim's Red Worms:

                          Ordered 2000 and there was not that many, just a estimate from the total weight. Overall good condition. Everyone should try this! Now all I need to see is my little friends working!

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                          • Single Male

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                          1 Question About This Product
                          Q: "I ordered worms from you and they have arrived before my composter. What should I do with the worms until I get the compost bin?
                          A: The worms can last up to ten days in the packaging they arrived in. (Not the best, but they will last) Give them some water when they arrive.

                          If you're afraid they won't make it, you can make a temporary home for them instead. Put the worms into a plastic container about the size of a shoe box or bucket. Put some shredded black and white newsprint in the bottom that has been moistened (about the amount of a rung out sponge). This will act as food and bedding until your compost bin arrives and they can be placed into their new permanent home.

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