The way to your own insect breeding, briefly explained

  1. Contact us by email at [email protected] or call us +49 89 541998400  
  1. We conduct an initial discussion in teams and take stock and create a profitability calculation. 
  1. In a second meeting we discuss questions and the profitability calculation. 
  1. You will visit one of FarmInsect's most modern insect production facilities in Europe 
  1. When all questions have been clarified, we conclude the contract discussion and your insect breeding system is ordered. 

Project planning and plant construction include another five steps: 

  1. The configuration is started. 
  1. The detailed planning is carried out. 
  1. We support you with official approvals. 
  1. We carry out feed trials for the optimal mix. 
  1. Start delivery and set-up. 

The commissioning of the insect breeding system can also be divided into five steps: 

  1. Our engineers test the system. 
  1. The acceptance takes place with the farmer. 
  1. The farmer and his employees are trained on the system. 
  1. We continue to provide support for all questions. 
  1. Successful insect breeding begins. 

The 5 most frequently asked questions before the first meeting: 

  1. How big should my existing building be?  
    At least 350 sqm, 4-5 m ceiling height and insulated. 
  1. What can the larvae eat?  
    Residues such as wheat bran or semolina bran, grass silage, fruit and vegetable residues, potato by-products and much more 
  1. What do I do with the harvested larvae?  
    Feed alive, store refrigerated or devitalize by freezing and store. 
  1. How long does a fattening cycle last?  
    7 days, during this time the larvae grow 250 times with an FCR of 1.1-1.3. 
  1. How much working time do I need for insect production?  
    About 7 hours per climate chamber per week. 
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