The best compost bin is a wormbin. Come on- you made it to a worm composting website. I am a worm farmer and of course I truly believe in what I do so I highly recommend a worm farm.
Why am I so passionate about worms? Composting with them is: 1. NOT space prohibitive: you can make a worm bin in any size container from as small as a tupperware storage bin to as large as a horse watering trough. A 5 gallon bucket works great! 2. NOT stinky: the worms eat the decomposing food leaving NO ODORS. If you bin stinks, it is because you have fed too much food and the worms can't keep up. But don't worry, if you buy worms from me, you get a FREE online worm class that covers all the basics. 3. Way faster than a heap: a traditional compost pile takes about 3-6 months to break down, the same volume of produce takes 8-10 weeks in a worm bin. And the worms do all the work! 4. Worms are cool: they eat, poop, and breed, what a life!
Really: I do both worms and have a traditional pile. I do a mixed method.I put everything in the compost heap, then after it goes through the heating process, I put it in the worm bins.
I feed and water the wormbins 4 times a month (weekly) and they do the rest. What a life!What are you waiting for?
Start a worm farm today.
Not convinced that worms are right for you?Here are a few traditional composters if you are not interested in worms (which I cannot even imagine not being interested in worms, lol)