Last Updated: January 19, 2019
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Once an item of merchandise is delivered to you, you can return that item within 30 days of delivery. To be eligible for a return, your merchandise must be unused and in the same condition that you received it and must be in the original packaging. Our return policy does not apply to the following goods: Live Worms. These items are not eligible for return, refund or exchange. Live Worms will be replaced should they be delivered DOA. You must submit video of worms and the box they were shipped in within 2 hrs of delivery. You must be home when worms arrive. They must not be left on porch or in the elements. If you are not going to be home please arrange to pick up at post office on the day they arrive. We are not responsible once the worms arrive to the post office if you are not home to receive them.
Refunds and Exchanges
After We have received your valid return, We will send you an email to notify you that We have received your returned item and notify you of the acceptance or rejection of your return.
It all started with my grandson and me fishing together. We both would rather fish than eat. I bought a small piece of land on the river, so we could spend the weekends fishing together. It soon became pretty expensive buying bait. So we decided we would grow our own worms to fish with and have something to do over the winter while we waited for spring to go fishing again. We started with a bag of worms from online and then I found a real worm farmer with 40yrs of growing experience right down the road from me. He’s in his 80’s and still works everyday. I spent a few hours with him and got so excited over worms that I bought 10,000 worms. I brought them home and then had to get busy really building worm bins.
Kyler helped me and soon we had several bins ready for the worms. We were so excited to put our worms in there new home. Kyler made a small bin he could take home and watch them grow. Also to learn to take care of them. I soon started thinking that this would be a great small business to teach him how to start his own worm farm. This is how it all began.