Yvonne Norman:And there are certain foods they like better. There you go. If you put fruit in there, they’re going to eat the fruit first before they eat the vegetables. So if you give them too much fruit they won’t have a balanced diet. They are kind of like people if they have a balanced diet they are going to be healthier so we try to make sure they have a mixture of things. (bin motor grinds out compost) So they live in the top six to eight inches, which will be up here more so as we first started and it was down here and we kept adding food and they keep moving up to the food and moving through it, you know, chewing through it, chewing through it, until they get to the top. And once it got to be this high, then we harvested for the first time so everything down here are castings that have kind of sat and cured, and more important thing then them just sitting there is that the worms have a chance to move up out of that area and if they’ve laid any eggs they’ve had a chance to hatch and move up to the top as well. So, you know, if you look in here we aren’t seeing worms, we’re not seeing the eggs; this is just more of the castings. So this will go out to the garden and really improve things. So there is just pure worm castings.