- We had an early, heavy snowfall in December which caught me unprepared to carry my worms into the colder months of winter.
- Time constraints kept me from working the worms properly in the fall to prepare the bins for winter.
- I had decided I wasn't going to spend time out working the worms in the winter months.
- I had decided to not harvest any worms for sale through the winter months.
The snow that fell in December is still on the ground and covers all of my bedding material with a thick, crusty snow. Today I thought the snow was melting enough that I could drive out the other half of my circular drive, but I almost got stuck.
But it's close. Soon I will be writing and or video taping my Winter Worm Report. So stay tuned.
Those of you who have asked to be put on a list for worm orders...you need to stay tuned too. If you are not on my list you will not recieve notification of when I am going to start harvesting worms in the spring.
I'm a little apprehensive, but the worms have never ceased to amaze me. They are resilient and can survive much neglect.