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Our chickens have been producing between 15 and 20 eggs per day. We don’t use any lights in the chicken coop. We attribute this feat to the extra raw protein we are feeding them from our meal worm farm. The meal worms are doing great and producing like crazy! If you liked this video and want to see more off grid homesteading content, please subscribe to our youtube channel and share our videos with friends on social media! We love it when you share our videos! Also be sure to visit our blog for amazing homesteading articles that involve solar, growing gardens, raising livestock, and general off grid topics. CHECK OUT OUR OTHER OFF GRID VIDEOS! Are you a Homestead Outlaw?: Canning Raw Pack Meat: Building Our Smokehouse: What Makes a Good Homesteader: Homesteading Is Not Vacation: OFF GRID BLOG POSTS! 9 Lessons Learn Living Without Running Water: The Importance Of The Homestead Rifle: 3 Must Haves For a Prepper Homestead: 10 Tips For Canning Over A Wood Fire: Our Social Media Pages! Video Rating: / 5 Are you thinking about selling at a farmers’ market for your farm? Here are some things you should ask yourself before you make that your decision. Through Farm Marketing Solutions I provide business and marketing information for family farmers. With the use of informative articles, instructional videos, and the Growing Farms Podcast I encourage others to start farming, and help current farmers increase revenues. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDr. Mercola Discusses Chickens with Joel Salatin at Polyface FarmThe Benefits of Gardening with chickensKeeping Chickens in our Vegetable GardenBenefits of Red Worms (Red Wigglers) in Gardening Worm FarmingPrepping How To’s, Vertical Gardens, Solar, DIY, Off GridPrepping How […]

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  • Nathan Pearson 1 year ago

    have you guys ever looked into solider fly larvae?

  • Debora Tessman-Mc Kenna 1 year ago

    Bluebirds love mealworms! Do you have any bluebird houses on your property? We feed our bluebirds mealworms throughout their breeding season. (Central MN)

  • dana ross 1 year ago

    I would like to get started in this and it would be nice to see how it is completely done. Would it be possible to do a complete video from start to finish on your meal worm farm? Thanks we really enjoy watching and learning from your videos!

  • Jo Lind 1 year ago

    Did the containers come with screen or did you make them that way?

  • Jo Lind 1 year ago

    Never started with so many worms, but always seem to run out and have to start again.

  • Mark Barron 1 year ago

    Does seem like lot of effort for little gain. Wouldn't growing duck weed or some other crop yield more food?

  • Linda Ingle 1 year ago

    love it thanks

  • Heritage Homestead 1 year ago

    I'm checking in to starting my own worm-growing operation and was wondering if you all have an instructional article or video on how to do this? If you don't have an article, can you please point me to one worth reading? I know there's info all over the internet but since you all have a handle on this you probably know what's worth it and what's not.
    Do I just order the worms from Amazon?
    Thank you!

  • Heather Dow 1 year ago

    We would love to see an updated video on the meal worm farm and how you keep your beetles.  My boys, 11 & 9 just started a meal worm farm!  Love your videos!

  • Leslie Fox 1 year ago

    Where did get the container

  • John D 1 year ago

    I want the name of that guitar and piano music PLEASE!

  • Michael Turnage 1 year ago

    Happy Chickens!! Happy Chickens!!

  • Madam Vonkook 1 year ago

    I must say your chickens always look so plump and healthy with full clean feathers !

  • LearningDaily 1 year ago

    thumbs up! great video

  • livingready69 1 year ago

    Is it cheaper to buy the high protein feed for the chickens or to buy the rolled oats to create the meal worms as a supplement and a lower protein feed?

  • jred1838 1 year ago

    Does anyone have a good link on how to establish an meal worm farm? Supplies? Rotation directions?

  • Nicole Pennington 1 year ago

    Zach, Can you please show more on how to make the set up? Like, how do you make the screens? Did your father in law cut out the bottom of the drawer to let the castings fall through to the lower drawer? Thanks in advance! 

  • vadimxp 1 year ago

    wow so many ideas! I have the same suspenders but I carry a pistol not a revolver good job everyone so good to see a family come together…

  • rick ashley 1 year ago

    my question is let say u out in the booney u out chicken feed what can u feed  them i assume u can't feed just mill worms

  • brad ley 1 year ago

    Thanks for the video. Have y'all looked into black soldier flys? BSFs are easy to grow and are an excellent source of calcium and protien.

  • PermacultureDreams Wheels 1 year ago

    Maybe farmers market can help you to get less quiet? ;)

  • Scott Girvan 1 year ago

    Great points.

  • nessa logan 1 year ago

    Great video as we are Farmers Market sellers. I have a question, what is CSA that you mentioned in the video