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Red Worms Farm for Axolotl

This is a discussion on Red Worms Farm for Axolotl within the Food: Live, Frozen, Freeze-Dried, Pellets, etc forums, part of the Advanced Newt & Salamander Topics category; Today I set up a Red Worm farm for my axolotl. I put moist peat moss in a shallow tub ...

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Today I set up a Red Worm farm for my axolotl. I put moist peat moss in a shallow tub with my red worms in top. I would love to hear your ideas, questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns.
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It looks goodhowever I I think you should put something more, a layer of leaf litter for example.



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looks good. The red worms I have seem to love shredded cardboard. It also helps alot if you blend the scraps with a little water first, cause they can eat it right away instead of waiting for it to rot. Just remember to drain out the liquid so it doesn't make the substrate too soggy.



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