Red Worm Coccoons
Tomato grown using red worm castings. This beauty is over 1.5 lbs. each and 7 in. long!
***Due to unforeseen circumstances we cannot sell any worms right now. We are still selling vermicompost, liquid fertilizer and coir. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.****
Welcome To Foothill Worm Ranch!
Here at FWR we provide a full range of worm and worm products for the home composter or gardening enthusiast.
Worms have long been known to provide the soil with essential enzymes and nutrients. They do this by consuming decaying organic matter and leaving behind their excreta or castings as they are called in the industry. When used in a 2' x 2' home composting system, a typical family could expect to divert 728 lbs of organic waste from the landfills each year! Read More...
Why Worm Castings ?
The great part of processing your organic waste at home is you get to keep the final product, namely the worm castings or “black gold.” This is the finest soil amendment known to man. Benefits include :
Why Buy From Us?
We know you have many choices of worm sellers to choose from; let us tell you why you should buy from us.
Foothill Worm Ranch is a locally owned and operated red worm farm in Pleasanton CA. The main focus of the business is the production and sale of worm castings and red worms for composting.
Foothill Worm Ranch (FWR) is a locally owned and operated red worm farm in Pleasanton CA. The focus of our business is the production and sale of worm castings and red worms for composting. It is our sincere hope and desire to make the world we leave for future generations a healthier and cleaner place to live.
Foothill Worm Ranch is partnering with the Alameda County Fairgrounds in a joint vermiculture project starting in the fall of 2010. ***UPDATE*** We have completed the move to the fairgrounds and am now operating full time at the facility. Easy to find with the following directions: From Bernal Ave go north on Valley Ave. Turn right at Gate 12 (driving range on left, OTB on the right). Go through the guard shack and make a right on Road 6. Go about 1/4 mile and turn left on Road 10. We are down on the left just past the horseshoe pits.