Product Detail Information Black Soldier Fly Eggs 10g from Our BSF Farm are of high quality, with a guarantee of hatching time. 10g of eggs create about 300,000 – 370,000 larvae. Our breed flies are healthy and raised under the optimum conditions to lay eggs. Buying BSF eggs at our farm is a great way for you to start building your own BSF farm. We are a specialized supplier of black soldier fly products in Vietnam. The black soldier fly is not an invasive species. Once they reach adult BSF, they don’t have mouthparts, they can not eat or bite. They survive and rely on the nutrients they gathered as larvae. They are also not disease vectors. They do not transfer diseases or parasites as mosquitos or ticks do.
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How Do I hatch BSF eggs?
Incubating BSF eggs is in general a simple & easy process. The thing to keep in mind is not to over-complicate things. There are only a few heads-ups to note. Let’s check the process out now. You can easily hatch BSF eggs at home. If you do the right routine, then hatching Black Soldier fly eggs will result in a higher hatch rate.
There are 3 basic steps to incubating black soldier fly eggs as follows:
- Create and prepare a nest of BSFL eggs
- Put the eggs properly in the nest.
- Create a BSF eggs-friendly incubation environment.
@However: if you feel that hatching eggs are difficult for you, then buy the black soldier fly larvae (4-day-old black soldier fly larvae) to breed on your farm. easier.
How Long Till Eggs Hatch Into larvae?
About 1 – 3 days! The eggs you purchased will hatch within 1-3 days after receiving them. You should see the eggs turn a little darker, the eggs are quite fluffy and lighter, which is a good sign that the bsf eggs are hatching. When the larvae hatch, they are extremely small and cannot be seen with the naked eye. So give them food and then wait 3 more days from the eggs hatch and you should be able to see them crawling everywhere.
How Much Will You Harvest With 10g Eggs?
Just 10 grams of eggs will yield 300,000 – 370,000 larvae. After 2 weeks of eating the food, They will have 52 kg -> 91 kg mature BSF larvae.
5 Cheap foods Ideas for your Black Soldier Fly Larvae Easy to Find:
- Food Waste (Leftover Food)
- Coffee grounds.
- Rotten Organic: Fruits, vegetables, tubers…
- Animal Manure: pig, chicken, cow…
- Soybeans, corn, potatoes
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How Many Food Will You Feed for 10g BSF Eggs?
The Food we need to Feed 10g BSF eggs is around 3-5 kg daily. Total Food in 15 days we need 45 – 75 kg Organic waste.
Who Can Eat BSF Larvae?
The BSF larvae can serve as feed for fish, poultry, pigs, chicken… They can also be fed to pets, dogs, cats, small mammals, poultry, songbirds, insectivorous fish, lizards… On top of that, the black soldier fly presents significant potential for human consumption. BSF Larvae High in protein and beneficial omega 6 & 9 fatty acids, they can boost your pet’s health. It is preferred by naturally insectivorous animals.
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Kimmy Farm Vietnam – is a brand specializing in the production and export of agricultural products in Vietnam. We have a black soldier fly farm in Tay Ninh and a cashew-growing area in Binh Phuoc. The main export products of the company are products from Black soldier fly (BSFL meal, BSFL oil…), cashew nuts kernels, and catfish from the Mekong Delta. We are a supply partner for several customers from the USA, Australia, South Africa, UAE, India, Singapore, Japan, and many others. Besides, we also have a team of staff with many years of experience working in large processing factories in Vietnam. We are an Exporter/manufacturer of Black Soldier Fly in Vietnam. Please contact us if you need a source of Products from Black Soldier Fly.
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