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    Now I know what to do when I clean out the rabbit pen.
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    Now I know what to do when I clean out the rabbit pen.[/QUOTE]


    Absolutely the best thing that I have ever dug under the rabbit pin ! Worms,worms and more worms !
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    Need to go home and check out by by mom's chicken coop.

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    Be careful with chicken poop, it rots and heats up really fast! Put it in your bed after it has been well rotted. Worms love it.

    All the other guys, use your rabbit poop for worms after it has been rinsed by rain and or your hose for at least a week. Excess salt in urine can hurt them if not rinsed out.
    Commercial worm farmer, my outfit is called the little ponderosa worm ranch. I raise red wigglers and Louisiana Swamp Worms for your fishing needs. Full time sales start March 1st 2020.

    https://www.littleponderosaworms.com/
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    it can work really well if done right (plenty of youtube videos proving it) but it can be extremely dangerous, especially for DIY'ers without knowledge of how electricity works or how to be safe. I wouldn't consider it if I was you.

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    I do it all the time.....I have a place that stays semi wet and there are worm there. I use a 8 foot extension cord that has the 2 wires separated for 3 feet. I use tig welding rods for the probes. pacing the rods about 4 feet apart seems to work well where I am but I think thay varies due to the moisture content of the ground. I insert probes and plug shocker into extension cord and stand back to watch.when the worms come out of ground I unplug cord and gather worms.....the worms Im getting are red worms and a few night crawlers. We have fiddle worm on the side of mountain but they are a whole different kind of worm. Just be safe and unplug before picking up worms is my suggestion......everything will kill you if you let it.
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