Black soldier fly larvae
Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are used to compost waste or convert the waste into animal feed. Black Fly larvae are among the most efficient insects at converting biomass into FEED. BSFL contain up to 53% of crude protein and are rich in calcium and other nutrients. They are eaten by poultry, fish, pigs, lizards, turtles, and even Dogs & Cats too. BSF insect is one of the few insect species approved by FDA and EU to be used as feed in aquaculture.
At the pupal stage, black soldier flies are at their nutritional peak. They can be stored at room temperature for several weeks, and their longest shelf life is achieved at 10 to 16 °C (50 to 60 °F)
Aside from the protein production, black soldier fly larvae also produce another valuable resource called frass. Fly larval frass is a granulated and odorless residue that can be used as organic fertilizer directly or through conversion by earthworms. At present we are offering three main products from BSFL (Black Soldier Fly Larvae) for Animal Feed Industry