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05-12-2019 01:16 AM
Buddysmom
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Originally Posted by Aj.t View Post
Red wrigglers are a species of earthworm. They’re more adapted to be used as compost worms, though from the small amount of research I did on them, they’re not much different nutritionally than feeder earthworms. But they are pretty long so you’d have to dice em up
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Originally Posted by belties View Post
Red wigglers are one of the smaller worms used for fish bait. Great for catching bluegill,perch and crappie, but not normally recomended for hedgies because of parasite concerns.
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05-11-2019 11:36 PM
belties Red wigglers are one of the smaller worms used for fish bait. Great for catching bluegill,perch and crappie, but not normally recomended for hedgies because of parasite concerns.
05-11-2019 11:11 PM
Aj.t Red wrigglers are a species of earthworm. They’re more adapted to be used as compost worms, though from the small amount of research I did on them, they’re not much different nutritionally than feeder earthworms. But they are pretty long so you’d have to dice em up
05-11-2019 08:52 PM
Buddysmom
I was getting live food for Buddy and saw these..

What are these and can I feed them to my hog? I’ve never seen them before. Ugh I can’t add picture!!! It says “Red wigglers”. They come in a blue plastic container and they with the worms and crickets.

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