How Many BSF Eggs In a Gram?
The eggs of the black soldier fly are so small that they are barely visible to the human eye. The weight of 1 egg is about 0.027mg egg. A female Black Soldier fly lays between 400 and 800 eggs, equivalent to 10.8 mg ~ 21.6 mg.
The Grams of BSF Eggs:
- 1 gram: ~ 37,000 eggs
- 10 grams: ~ 370,000 eggs
- 25 grams: ~ 925,000 eggs.
- 50 grams: ~ 1,850,000 eggs.
- 100 grams: ~ 3,700,000 eggs
- 1 kilogram: ~ 37,000,000 eggs
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How Many Grams of BSF Larvae After Growing
Just 1 gram of BSF eggs will yield 20,000 – 35,000 BSF larvae. After & eating the Food and Growing in 2 Weeks, We will have 5,2 kg – 9,1 kg mature BSF larvae (About 0,28g / 1 larva).
After 2 Weeks of Growing the BSF larvae:
- 1 gram of BSF eggs = 5,2 kg –> 9,1 kg.
- 10 gram of BSF eggs = 52 kg -> 91 kg.
- 25 grams of BSF eggs = 130 kg -> 228 kg.
- 50 grams of BSF eggs = 260 kg -> 455 kg.
- 100 grams of BSF eggs = 520 kg -> 910 kg.
- 1 kilogram of BSF eggs = 5,2 tons -> 9,1 tons.
How Much Nutrition Contents in a BSF Larvae
BSF Larvae are rich in a range of nutrients. Dried BSF larvae contain up to 50% protein, 35% fat (with an amino acid composition similar to fishmeal), 6% Calcium, 1.2% Phosphorus, 1% Magnesium, 0.3% sodium … Therefore, BSF larvae are recognized and used as high-quality Protein & Fat sources for poultry, pigs, chickens, fish, shrimp, prawns… alternative commercial fish meal
|NUTRIENT||% Nutritional Value – Dried BSF Larvae|
|Protein||32 -> 50%|
|Fat||20 -> 35%|
|Calcium||2,5 -> 6%|
|Phosphorus||0,8 -> 1,2%|
Protein Contents in Dried BSF Larvae:
The amino acid composition of protein in black soldier fly larvae (know as calcium worm) mainly includes lysine, leucine, l-leucine, valine, histidine… In which, Lysine is an amino acid with a high value from the BSF larvae. Although BSF Larvae have slightly lower levels of essential amino acids when compared to fishmeal. But in return, the number of Amino Acids contained in the protein of black soldier fly larvae was studied to be more balanced than fishmeal, helping them meet the full range of nutrients needed by livestock.
Amino acids Content in BSF Larvae Protein include:
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Fat Contents in Dried BSF Larvae:
The fat content of the black soldier fly larvae is very high at about 30-35%. Most notably, the fat of the BSF larvae contains up to 45-50% Lauric Acid, which is a fatty acid that makes up the fat. There is a big difference between feeds made from black soldier flies and other animal feeds.
Fatty acids contents in Fat of BSF Larvae include:
- Lauric Acid (45 – 50%)
- Myristic Acid
- Pentadecanoic Acid – ISO
- Pentadecanoic Acide – Anteiso
- Palmitic Acid Stearic Acid
- Palmitoleic Acid
- Oleic Acid
- Lenoleic Acid
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