Worm farm turning cattle manure to gold
April 9, 2009 by Michael Woodward Reporter
April 9, 2009 – After injuring his foot working at Simpson Paper Mill several years
ago, Ned Cruz, 66, decided to open a worm farm with his wife, Robbie,
outside their residence.
|Gas Point Worm Farm owners |
Ned Cruz describe
benefits of worms and castings
to Jean Arnaz of
The Gas Point Worm Farm at 19601 Gas Point Rd. registered its
business license last month after slowly expanding for the last six
years in Cottonwood.
Not just a shot in the dark, Cruz operated a worm farm at his old residence on Bowman Road 30 years ago, he said.
For $20, Cruz sells customers a generous pound of worms and their excrement castings for use in gardens or composting. | READ MORE