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Worm poop becomes fertilizer

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Earthworms are commonly used by fishermen to catch fish, but for Bemidji native Josh Burnham, it is the worms themselves that have the most value. ... It's their poop.

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For two years, Burnham, 24, has been raising earthworms on his fourth-generation family land along the Mississippi. Being an avid fisherman, he decided he wanted to go into the worm business. He bought a few thousand worms in Racine, Wis., and began operations.

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