Regenerative Farming

We work with Doug Wanstall at Bank farm in Kent because he is a progressive Regenerative (Re Gen) farmer with a can-do attitude. We are building an integrated demonstration unit to showcase how several processes integrate within the farm.  ReGenBen in Hereford is likewise progressive and can-do and here we are testing our BSFL for his hens.

Feeding our birds with Inspro’s black soldier fly larvae, especially in the winter months, we see a marked difference in egg quality and productivity. Feeding soya does not fall in line with our sustainability and regenerative approach. Sourcing locally produced larvae, grown on food waste, greatly reduces the environmental impact.

Carbon-neutral farming will increase the value of your produce and reduce your carbon footprint

The unpredictable conditions of farming need efficient equipment and processes; whether you are working on a large or small scale, time is valuable. Solutions have been designed to be efficient, scalable and durable to offer you an immediate sustainable solution to your farm feed or food waste. 

Poultry Farmers

With the global poultry industry producing 360 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions every year, zero-emission farms are an urgent necessity.  

Sustainable farming solutions such as onsite or local food waste management to reduce soya from your feathered friend’s diet will start you on the right path to becoming a carbon-neutral farm. 

Consumers are demanding more sustainable products and are willing to pay more for the pleasure. Having a farm revolved around carbon neutrality will make you more visible and valuable to high-street retailers looking to delight their customers. 

Fruit & Vegetable Farmers

The fresh produce supply chain produces 170,000 tonnes of food waste every year. Most food waste ends up in landfill or is incinerated which heavily contributes to global warming as food releases methane gas as it decomposes. Food waste is full of water, making it heavy and costly to transport. By implementing an onsite Bio Conversion Unit or sending your excess food to a locally managed unit, you can save time, money and reduce your carbon footprint.  

Just 1 large Inspro Bio Conversion Unit can devour 500 tonnes of food waste in 1 year – that’s heavier than 3 small houses! 

Soldiers of Circularity

Organic waste can turn into methane in landfills, a potent greenhouse gas contributing to climate change. By diverting organic waste from landfills and using black soldier flies to process it, we can reduce emissions and create valuable products from waste.

What we offer you...

Our offer to Re Gen Farmers starts with a simple tray to try out bioconversion to understand which of their organic wastes work best and how their hens respond to being fed BSFL.  The next step is to use one of our Bio Conversion Units which can be quickly and simply rolled into place to start production.  This may then be followed by a HVAC warm room which is a temperature controlled and ventilated room where BSFL can be raised. We design, commission and support this facility so that it is cost effectively operated and fully productive.

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