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Maggot farming

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Maggot farming

  1. 1. Welcome to the presentation on Maggot Farming
  2. 2. Presentation by • Primary Information Services • www.primaryinfo.com • mailto:primaryinfo@gmail.com Maggot Farming
  3. 3. Maggots come from flies. When flies lay eggs, the eggs pass through several stages before they turn into flies. One of the stages is the maggot stage What is Maggot?
  4. 4. Maggot is used to feed fish, ducks, pigs, free range chickens and other animals. Maggots can be a good and suitable substitute for soybeans which is a core ingredient in animal feed. Maggot Uses
  5. 5. Maggot Farm The maggot farming industry is indeed a fast – growing industry and pretty much active in countries such as United States of America, Nigeria, Benin Republic, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Greece, Portugal, and Canada.
  6. 6. Cultivation of different species of maggots Packaging maggots for export especially to fishermen on high seas and farmers of free range chickens Related training, consultancy and advisory services Need to find Know-how offering Consultants
  7. 7. It produces Black Soldier larvae which contain up to 42 per cent protein The cooked larvae 'smell like starchy potatoes and have a nutty taste' Maggot Protein Production Machine
  8. 8. The majority of maggot breeding processes have a peak production range of between 10,000 and 20,000 litres per week. FLOW DIAGRAM OF A MAGGOT BREEDING OPERATION Breeding of maggots
  9. 9. Regulations are primarily concerned with the control of risks to public and animal health. EU Regulations 1774/2002 and 142/2011, Regulation (EC) 1069/2009 and the accompanying implementing Regulation (EC) 142/2011) REGULATIONS
  10. 10. Insects are a sustainable source of protein since they eat bio-waste THE FUTURE PROTEIN MAGMEAL MAGOIL MAGSOIL WHOLE DRIED LARVAE
  11. 11. Black Soldier Fly Farming India MAGGOT FARMING IN INDIA
  12. 12. QUESTIONS ?

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