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Bob Allgier
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Location: Missoula
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Hi Zoolanders

I am starting a worm composting bin in my apt. Does anyone have a handful of red wigglers to get it started. Please call Bob 829-0339.(Missoula)
 
Casie Becker
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I'm fairly sure they carry red wrigglers as a common fish bait. That would be the first place I'd look for them, now. If I'd known that when I vermicomposted I would have gone to the local bait shop instead of paying much more at a garden center.
 
Keith Odell
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You could check any stables or horse/llama/alpaca farms. They most likely have piles of manure with the little guys munching away.
 
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