The oil from BSF larvae (Oil Extracted from BSF larvae) is mixed directly into feed for livestock, poultry, seafood, and pets…. about 10-30% depending on the animals. BSF larvae oil is proven to be rich in protein, and fat… good for animals.
Black Soldier Fly Larva Oil
Oil Extracted from black soldier fly larvae (also known as black soldier fly larvae pressed oil, fly juice, fat from BSF flies larvae , oil extracted from black soldier flies) is an oil pressed from black soldier fly larvae. The oil can be obtained by the high-pressure compression method. The larvae are put into the screw press while still hot to press the oil. Black soldier flies larval oil is a high-quality nutrient content oil, most notably high in lauric acid and oleic acid, easily digested into energy, and ideal as pet food. This makes the oil extracted from black soldier fly larvae very suitable to replace fish oil with coconut oil, palm oil, and soybean oil. Furthermore, it is a sustainable oil and helps the feed industry to minimize its ecological impact.
At the larval stage, the black soldier fly produced the highest amount of oil. The oil content of black soldier fly larvae is about 30-35%, through analysis of nutritional components of oil, oil extracted from black soldier fly larvae contains many unsaturated fatty acids such as lauric acid, myristic acid and palmitic acid… they are very similar to the ingredients in palm kernel fat/coconut fat, very good and necessary for the body of animals.
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Uses of Black Soldier Fly Larvae Oil
Black Soldier Fly Larva Oil Has Many Uses. So what can oil pressed from black soldier fly larvae be used for? Oil can be used as blending oil for animal feed, extracting antibacterial agents, used in the chemical industry, and biodiesel… In addition, many countries are currently studying the mixing into feed. Food for pets or humans in the future if necessary.