The place I am leaving has lots of earth worms but the place I am going to is sand, over clay and very over worked as a cattle pasture and as far as I can dig no worms. I was thinking I would like to start a vegie garden and get worms established there and hopefully I can get them migrating out to the "wide world" when I get the soil a bit better out there. My question is how to I get worms into the vegie garden? I plan to add lots of cow and horse manure to the soil as that is what I have a lot of. I may be able to get lawn clippings as well. I thought about trying to dig up worms from this place to transport down to Milang, but it will be some months between leaving here and when I am ready to start the vegie garden at Milang, so it would be hard to keep them alive until I am ready. Can I buy earth worms, if so where? Any other thoughts about getting some. Also I have read that earth worms don't transplant very well that I really need to get very little ones or eggs. I always have lots of worms in my horse manure piles. When the piles are hot the worms go down into the soil below and then come back up into the manure when it cools down. These should be easy to harvest. I was wondering if I could just take a bucket of them down to Milang and pile a load of manure on top of them somewhere out of the way of the house builders and keep it damp until I am ready to start my vegie patch?