BioSoil Farm was featured in the Daily Gazette on November 4, 2017:
“GLENVILLE — You’d think a 150,000-strong workforce would be hard to miss, but at Chad Currin’s operation, they’re pretty good at hiding.
Currin is founder and CEO of BioSoil Farms, a soil nutrient company in the Glenville Business and Industrial Park.
BioSoil sells various products to improve the health and productivity of soil, all of them are based on the excretions of 150,000 worms in a series of low bins filled with compost in the back of the shop.
A handful of the night crawlers wriggle along the surface of the muck. A few crawl out onto the floor, dry up and die. But mostly they keep themselves buried in the dark, damp interior of the pile, eating their weight in compost every day.
Within two weeks, they’ll turn a third of a ton of compost in each bin into worm castings, among the most potent of natural fertilizers. Currin and his three human employees scoop it, bag it and sell it. ” read more…