250 Super Reds European Night Crawlers


  • A “Can’t go Wrong” Worm!
  • Easy to raise
  • Grows to 4-5″ in length (2 to 5 times bigger then regular redworms just as active)
  • Heat and Cold Resistant
  • Breeds quickly
  • Perfect fit for any compost bin or pile
  • Excellent fish bait

you will get (2) bags of 250 Super Red Worms.



Our Super Red Worm is the “Big Brother” of the red worm. AKA-The European Nightcrawler. It grows to the length of 4-5 inches long and is very active. This worm populates quickly and is an excellent bait worm as well as pet food. It is also a composting worm. The Red Worm is a very strong worm and specializes in aeration and fertilization of the compost bin.  The tunnels it burrows allows water and other nutrients for a speedier compost process.  Proper aeration guarantees a speedy breakdown of compost. 

A “Can’t go Wrong” Worm!
Easy to raise
Grows to 4-5″ in length (2 to 5 times bigger then regular redworms just as active)
Heat and Cold Resistant
Breeds quickly
Perfect fit for any compost bin or pile
Excellent fish bait

NOTE TO BAIT SHOPS and FISHERMEN- we ship out our worms bed run. There will be an even mix of mature and non-mature worms. We can not guarantee all bait size worms upon delivery. Within 6 weeks, all worms will be mature.


Super Red European Nightcrawlers

Frequently asked questions when ordering:bird_and_worm

1.       I live in California, and you ship out of Pennsylvania. Will the worms survive in transit?

  No worries! We ship nationwide with FedEx 2 Day Express, so your worms will not be in transit for very long. We ship out every Monday through Friday (holiday permitting). 99% of our orders reach their destination without fail. We ALWAYS guarantee a live delivery, so if there are any delays or other issues while in transit, we have you covered with a free reshipment of worms.

2.       I live in the Northeast, can I still compost during the winter?

      Yes, you most certainly can. You can compost year round as long as the soil can be maintained between 40 and 80 degrees. If you have an outdoor compost bin, you can insulate the bin with mulch, hay, Styrofoam or anything that will retain heat. If you have a smaller bin, it is recommended to bring it indoors if at all possible. A garage or a basement will work perfectly.

3.    I work during the day and will not be home to accept my package, is this ok?

      Yes and no. Because the worms are a live product, if they are left in a mail box or a parcel locker for too long, they will not survive. If you cannot be home to accept your worms, we recommend having them held at your local Post Office or delivered to your door. You can leave delivery instructions before placing your order.

4. Why should I order from you over the other guys?

We always put our customer’s first! We will answer any questions that you might have before ordering, when your worms are delivered, and long after you have your worms growing. We have been in this business for more than 40 years, know how to ship your worms to arrive alive, have a great relationship with USPS, and always GUARANTEE a LIVE delivery! We are an honest seller with an A rating with BBB, and over 100,000 happy customers. We have a real live person on the other end of your phone call who is interested in helping you, no matter what you are using the worms for. We understand that there is always a risk that the worms might arrive dead, and we stand behind our live delivery guaranteed to have a free reshipment mailed to you if this is the case.

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Great customer service

My order was lost or stolen, When I called to ask why I did not receive my order after two weeks. They told me when it was shipped and that since I have not received them they could resend them, 4 days later my package arrived and everything look and was outstanding. Will order again soon

Katie R.

Dead works are no fun

The worms seemed okay, yet sluggish when we got them. We placed in the ready bin and in the morning they were all dead. My son was devastated:-(


Uncle Jim's Worm Farm

Hello Katie; Thank you for your feedback. We are very sorry to hear that your worms all died the day after placing them in their bin. We do have a 100% Live worm guarantee that covers our worms if they die within 48 hours of receiving them. We normally ask that you contact us right away (within 48 hours) with any concerns and send photos of the worms if possible. Did you not know about our guarantee? It is possible that they got too dehydrated during transit and did not recover well. Did you give them water as soon as your received them to hydrate them? Were they moving after giving them water and did any burrow into the bedding when you placed them in the bin? Please give us more details about your worms condition upon arrival. We look forward to hearing from you and hope that we can add you to our satisfied customer list. Sincerely, Erma

thomas l.

night crawlers

they were to small


Uncle Jim's Worm Farm

Hello Thomas; Thank you for your feedback. We are very sorry that your worms were not satisfactory to you. We do advertise that we sell Bed Run worms, which means they are pulled directly from our worm beds and we package them up. Our beds have all size worms and that is why we do not guarantee size. Please contact us and let us know how we can make this a pleasant experience for you. We strive to provide excellent customer service and products. Sincerely, Uncle Jim's

Jared D.

Thank you

God bless. Thank you sososososo much for caring!


Frisky worms

Bought Super Reds European Nightcrawlers and was surprised how active they were, compared with the little red ones. They arrived in good shape to my PO Box and are now happily devouring our garbage.

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