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As with any "feed" culturing scheme some things must be considered: Bio-concentration of heavy metals, Chlorinated compounds, antibiotic resistant bacteria and so on. There is a "cost" to consider; how efficient is the conversion of the raw material to product? Any trophic level jump costs energy and produces waste, meaning the price of the feedstock (it is not free, transport, standardization, ...
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I agree that aquaculture is an efficient system to produce large quantities of animal protein for human consumption. But the quality and type of the feed is an important factor. As long as fish meal and fish oils are used, it might be efficient, but definitely not sustainable. The focus should not be "efficient" but "sustainable and efficient" aquaculture. I see no reason why these cannot be combi ...
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I would like to know a bit about your interests in black soldier fly production. Some of the answers to your questions can be found by searching literature authored by Craid Sheppard and G. Larry Newton. The migration is over 4 ft. Larvae production depends on the type of substrate and the dry matter conversion is also dependent on the type of substrate, due to variability in nutrient compositi ...
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Location:Querétaro, Queretaro de Arteaga, Mexico
Profile: Agricultural producer
Occupation: Founder and director of ProEnto, with the focus on the production of lauric acid and insect meal