How much time is required to be a WormzOrganic Associate Grower?
Consider it a part-time job, which you set the work-hours. The worms require about 90-minutes per day of your time!
How do I make money?
You are under contract to produce organic soil (worm-castings), cocoons and red wigglers, which are purchased by WormzOrganic.
When will I start making money?
It takes 30 days before the first harvesting, and every 30 days thereafter, your organic soil production will increase and the worm population will double about every 45 days.
How long does it take to get started?
After enrolling in our Associate program, there is a 30 day window before you receive your first materials.
How does the support system work?
A WormzOrganic Agent will be available 6 days a week via toll-free number and email. Emergency 24 hour contact cell numbers are also provided. All WormzOrganic key personnel have their cell phone numbers listed in the training manual.
Can I have a worm farm in the city limits?
Yes usually, but check with your local city hall to confirm. The worms have no smell so a garage or basement is a great place for starters; some people put smaller home units in their kitchen!
How much space is needed for a Worm Farm?
Everything fits easily in a 1-car garage based on your setup and layout of your farm.
Who pays me for the worm-castings and red wiggler worms at harvesting time?
WormzOrganic will always be responsible for paying you. Associate Growers are paid on the 1st and 15th.
What are the benefits of being a WormzOrganic Associate Grower?
WormzOrganic will provide all necessary training and methods to assure that you are a successful producer. WormzOrganic has a proven system that is easy to follow and simple to work, and WormzOrganic will teach you, step-by-step, how to become a productive Associate Grower.
How does WormzOrganic determine the amount to pay me?
WormzOrganic provides a ten year Grower's Contract, and to ensure that Associate Grower receives a fair price for the castings and worms, the Fair Price Guarantee Policy is renegotiated annually, ensuring Associate Grower's receive fair current prices.
How much does it cost to get started?
$4950 is the total, which includes;
- 60 pounds of red wiggler worms
- One year supply sphagnum peat moss
- One year supply WormzOrganic worm-fattening food
- One year supply of dolomite lime
- One year supply of Pest Control Supplies
- Rolling Harvester Table with Catch-pan
- 1/8 harvesting screen & 1/4 separator screen
- 100 Worm Bins with covers
- Support, Customer service, and Training
- 10 Year Repurchase Agreement
Where does WormzOrganic sell the worm-castings?
We keep that information confidential for obvious reasons, but we have a total of six national contracts, which are very sound and two of our major contracts are with Fortune 500 Companies.
What on-going expenses will I be responsible for?
After your first year, your on-going expenses average 15% to 20% of your gross earnings. Your only expense during the first year is for water and utilities. The worm farm requires 24 hour lighting as well.
Do the worms require heat and air conditioning?
Worms need a climate controlled environment, and would ideally like to be between 63-76 degrees. Ideal temperature will benefit your production.
Why do I have to sign a contract?
The contract is only for those individuals wanting to become an Associate Grower for WormzOrganic.
After I harvest the worms and castings, how do I deliver to WormzOrganic?
After bagging the castings, Associate Grower is responsible for delivery to the WormzOrganic warehouse.
Do I need a business License?
Usually not, since you are only selling your productions to WormzOrganic, however, if you sell to another end user, then you would most likely be required to have a Business License.
Schedule a Tour! 800-517-0767 or 980-781-4976
NOTICE: Worm farming requires dedication, training, time and an investment. WormzOrganic encourages everyone considering this opportunity to complete due diligence and tour an existing worm-farm, ask questions and become an informed individual. This is not a get-rich quick business opportunity. Any and all business opportunities have risk involved; anyone saying otherwise is in violation of the Federal Trade Commission's Rule 16 C.F.R. Part 437.