If you have flocks, herds or waste, you can have your own all-in-one solution on-site to provide a sustainable and localised feed solution.
Insect manure or frass is an ideal plant growth stimulant full of macronutrients and natural selective insect repellents.
Chickens go mad for grubs! Not only do they have a natural enjoyment for foraging them, they go wild for the taste.
Dispose of your food waste sustainably. Just 1 large Inspro Bio Conversion Unit can devour up to 500 tonnes of food waste in 1 year.
If you have large flocks, herds or food waste, you can have your own remotely managed unit on site as a sustainable and localised feed solution.
Inspro Bio Conversion Units streamline larvae rearing; mobile and temperature controlled, they are effective, efficient and easy to install at your site. Creating local nutrient circularity, you can safely bio convert food waste to create your own animal feed and fertiliser.
Insect manure or frass is an ideal plant growth stimulant full of macronutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium).
Frass performs as an exceptional by-product with natural selective insect repellents.
Just mix with water and spray as a seed dressing, scatter with live larvae to your flock or dry it and deploy it as a direct source of nutrients.
Chickens love grubs! A complete natural food source that encourages foraging improves the well-being of your flock and the quality of your eggs.
Soya feed may be cheap, but it is costly to the planet. 80% of the world’s soybean crop gets fed to livestock, and critical habitats such as the Amazon rainforest are being destroyed to make way for it. Combing resource-hungry intensive farming techniques with the end product being shipped halfway around the world results in a huge carbon footprint.
Fishmeal has truly appalling environmental credentials. Pelagic oceanic fish such as menhaden, herring, anchovies, and sardines which form the basis of the aquatic food chain, are dragnetted by factory ships and ground into meal which, again, is shipped across the world as feed for livestock and aquaculture.
Black soldier fly larvae will eat almost any organic matter and just 1 large Inspro Bio Conversion Unit can devour 500 tonnes of food waste in 1 year – that’s heavier than 3 blue whales! The food waste then gets transformed into 70 tonnes of high-protein live larvae and 35 tonnes of manure to be used as farm feed and fertiliser.
Just note that if you want to feed the larvae to livestock for human consumption, your food waste will need to be animal by-product free.