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|Agriculture / Attention Catfish And Poultry Farmers by Salzer2mee(m): 6:49am On Feb 09, 2019|
A lot of catfish and poultry farmers are running out of business and those still in it are complaining of little or no profit, why? Yet people say there is money in agriculture. The main culprit is high cost of feeding our stocks, 85% of our running cost goes to the feed manufacturers, what if you have the opportunity to reduce your running cost by about 40%?
Black soldier fly larvae(Bsfl) to the rescue.
This grub Bsfl, can be farmed alongside your catfish and poultry in symbiosis there by reducing your cost of feeding. The grub Bsfl has about 40 - 60% protein, fat, calcium, etc and can be used to substitute your fish meal in your fish feed 80-�% and excellent source of protein and calcium for broilers and laying birds.
Farmers go online and research this wonderful Bsfl, and let's make farming profitable again. Contact me on 07088016498
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 6:11am On Feb 09, 2019|
|Agriculture / Re: Making Cool Cash From Maggot Farming by Salzer2mee(m): 8:52pm On Jan 20, 2019|
Are you talking about maggot from domestic flies, or black soldier fly larvae. If it's Bsf larvae, the market is just coming up, awareness ongoing
|Agriculture / Black Soldier Fly Larvae Can Benefit Poultry Farmers by Salzer2mee(m): 7:50pm On Jan 13, 2019|
Incorporating black soldier fly larvae into feed has the potential to reduce the environmental costs of poultry production as well as cut feed prices, according to newly published East African research.
Scientists from the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation Poultry Research Unit examined whether fly larvae could replace soybeans or fish meal as a protein source in commercial poultry feed.
. The ever-increasing animal feed costs are driving many vulnerable communities involved in animal husbandry out of business.
The study explored the potential of partially replacing the soybean and fishmeal (SFM) with black soldier fly prepupae meal (BSFPM) in Cobb 500 broiler chicken diets.
A SFM-based diet was compared to three experimental diets formulated by partially substituting SFM with BSFPM at 13.8, 27.4 and 42% of the crude protein (CP) in the starter feed and 11.0, 37.2 and 55.5% of the CP in the finisher feed.
Dietary effects of average daily feed intake, average daily body weight gain, feed conversion ratio, carcass characteristics, breast meat sensory attributes and the economic implication of their use in broiler production were evaluated.
The results, published in the Journal of Economic Entomology, found that replacement of SFM with BSFPM did not affect daily feed intake, daily bodyweight gain, feed conversion rate, aroma or taste of cooked breast meat.
A 16% higher cost benefit ratio and 25% better return on investment was recorded when the birds were reared on the highest concentrate of black solider fly compared to the conventional diet which was 19% more expensive.
The popularity of insect meal as a new protein has taken off.
The larvae are also a more environmentally friendly source of protein and can be raised on various organic waste materials. They also require less water than soybeans and the larvae’s waste can be used as an organic fertiliser.
The researchers concluded that while the results are promising, BSFPM is not common in the East African market and therefore further work to promote its rearing and commercialisation is needed in order to achieve the full potential of its use as a protein feed ingredient in broiler chicken feeds.
“The present results indicate a high potential for establishment of new enterprise for insect mass rearing in the African continent that will therefore generate income, create jobs and relieve the current burden on environment while providing alternative protein sources for the Cobb 500 broiler chicken widely reared in the world.
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly by Salzer2mee(m): 9:12pm On Jan 12, 2019|
I run a Bsf farm
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larva (BSFL) In Nigeria by Salzer2mee(m): 2:43pm On Jan 12, 2019|
Call me on 07088016498
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larva (BSFL) In Nigeria by Salzer2mee(m): 2:42pm On Jan 12, 2019|
Stevenagro, I can have it sent to u
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 8:41am On Jan 07, 2019|
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 8:37am On Jan 07, 2019|
Some pupa and 9dol(day old larvae) and my love cage
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 7:43am On Jan 07, 2019|
I have a video on YouTube ( by Abiola salami) where I used it to feed my fishes. Check( Bsf larvae production in Nigeria)
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 7:40am On Jan 07, 2019|
tundegodson a member of this forum who stays in Abuja got his from me, his number is 08036673825, call him to confirm. He is one of those who dropped his number when this topic of Bsf larvae was first posted on this platform back in 2015. Check the post out to confirm
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 3:55pm On Jan 04, 2019|
I transport in 5ltr kegs depending on the quantity needed, I have sent through public transport to Abuja, Minna, etc and thru flight to Kano. The owner bears the cost of transportation
|Agriculture / Re: No More Excuse In 2019, Own A Fly Farm by Salzer2mee(m): 7:15am On Jan 03, 2019|
Black soldier fly larvae feed on wastes( cooked food, fruit, etc) and u can use available material to house them. Type ( Bsf larvae production) on Google and u will be amazed. Call me on 07088016498
|Agriculture / No More Excuse In 2019, Own A Fly Farm by Salzer2mee(m): 8:03am On Jan 01, 2019|
Make good money in 2019 by owning a black soldier fly farm in Nigeria.The need for animal protein in livestock feed production is on the rise and it's expensive, cheap alternative are needed. Produce Bsf larvae in commercial quantity and smile to the bank. It's new in Nigeria, take up this great opportunity. Contact me on 07088016498
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 10:34pm On Dec 26, 2018|
We sell 5k for 1000 pieces of matured larvae
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 7:26am On Dec 25, 2018|
I have a bsfl farm in Lagos, contact me on 07088016498
|Agriculture / Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) Production, A Way To Go by Salzer2mee(m): 12:17am On Dec 25, 2018|
Bsf larvae production, a way to go for a more profitable poultry, crop and aquaculture production in Nigeria.
Going by the rising cost of fish meal for aquaculture farmers, bsfl meal can be used to substitute fish meal 100% at little or no cost, poultry table meat production can be fed solely on bsfl, and, their waste, the best organic fertilizer in the world.
|Agriculture / Re: Black Soldier Fly Larva (BSFL) In Nigeria by Salzer2mee(m): 9:33pm On Dec 24, 2018|
I have a bsfl farm here in Lagos, excellent source of rich protein for catfish, poultry, etc. if u need the bsf larvae, just contact me on 07088016498
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