Over the last 6 or so years, I have tried many different worm bins. I started out with the typical plastic bin, then worked my way up to the “Worm Inn Mega”, which then led me to the amazing “Urban Worm Bag”. So now I am at the point where my multiple worm bins can not keep up with the supply of worms that I needed for my customers. Creating a bin like this is no different than creating any other bin, just on a larger scale. You can take the tips and tricks I will share with you and use them on any bin.
I remembered that a few years back, I purchased plans for the Continuous Flow Through system called “The Beast. Now when I say that it is large, I’m not joking. This is 10 Sq ft of surface space. This is actually the smallest of the sizes. Now this size of a system is not for everyone, but I am grateful that I learned about it years ago, and so I wanted to share it with all of you.
The Frame of “The Beast”
Due to the size of “The Beast”, I had to move to the size of my yard prior to completing
Here is “The Beast” with the sides completed.
So I will be giving updates periodically as my new system is built, as well as it fills up until it gets harvested. Below, you will see the different stages of it being built, and my next post will be about setting up the bin and filling it to the point of harvesting.
If you have any questions regarding setting up bins, continuous flow through systems, or any comments in general, please leave me a comment and I will answer all your questions.