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Frabill Worm Habitat Combo

   

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The Frabill® Worm Habitat Combo is a great way to store and keep your worms heathy. The Worm Habitat kit includes everything but the worms: a Habitat V storage box that’s made from thick walled insulating foam construction to help maintain temperature with molded-in aeration holes for circulation, SuperGro™ Bedding, 8 oz. Fat & Sassy® Worm Food and a Lil’ Fisherman Worm Tote. The Habitat Combo holds 10 to 12 doze crawlers.

  • Habitat V storage box Size: 21" x 10-1/2" x 8-1/2" (Holds up to 12 dozen crawlers)
  • Lil' Fisherman tote: Insulated poly-foam worm box has dual flip top lids for easy access to top or bottom. Holds 1-2 dozen crawlers
  • 2 lbs. SuperGro Bedding: Clean, odorless, ph balanced-the ideal storage medium
  • 8 oz. Fat & Sassy worm food: Grows the fattest, sassiest crawlers you've ever seen
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good product good product small one is great to take to the lake and big one keeps them alive and bedding is good July 23, 2007
Great Buy I bought this product to keep my nightcrawlers for the winter so I wouldn't have to buy more in the spring and so far it is keeping them alive. The only reason that I gave it a 4 out of 5 is because I had to take the red plastic caps that have the pre-drilled holes in them out because they weren't allowing enough are flow and the bedding was starting to mold,but once I removed them no more problems other than that I would recommend this product for keep nightcrawlers or any other type of worms for bait alive. January 25, 2010
This is the ONE!!! I have used this worm habitat for keeping and breeding all my Canadian Night Crawlers. So far they have multiplied and thrived in this unit in the past six months. I feed them Magic Worm Grow every 3 days with just a small amount on top (Bass Pro Shops didn't have the food Fat and Sassy available.) Don't worry the worms will find the food just fine. I turn the container over to keep air in the bedding about every 3 days The worms seem to like this since they need to breathe! I keep mine in the fridge at about 45-50 degrees. Fortunately I'm divorced and don't have the hassle explaining all this to a wife. The unit is very well constructed and should last many years. Like any pet though you have to feed them and make sure you don't leave the box out uncovered too long. They die a 65 degrees. Buy one you'll be glad you did. January 22, 2011
ok for bait worms I wish they would tell the customer the 'special' bedding smells of ink and I presume is mulched newsprint. (i found corners of pages in it). The reason this is particularly important to me is I bought this to store crawlers and raise them for my pet bass. The crawlers eat the bedding so ingest the ink. I hope it's not toxic to bass whether they be caught and released or people's tank pets. Other than that it seems an ok product. November 27, 2010
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When I purchased the kit the instructions didn't say how much to put in when you get started so I took a chance and put all of the bedding in at one time
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Well you should not pack it down very much.. Leave it fluffy and leave 1 inch of air space on top. Only place one layer of worms on the top. Not 2 or 3 layers. It will stay cooler that way.
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One pound of bedding can be used for every 30-35 crawlers or 100 worms. Please make sure to not use meal worms as they prefer sawdust or woodchips.
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Are they made out of plastic or styrofoam
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look at the product description
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Styrofoam. I keep the big one in my garage frig so i will not see much wear and tear. The little one is the one I fill and take to the lake. It will get beat.

I expect that I will replace the little one, once a season. Still not bad.
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styrofoam
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Thick walled insulating foam construction
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