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  1. 9/06/2023 This guide expands on a summary by Chalermliamthong and Trail (2021) of the black soldier fly larvae production system at the ECHO Asia Small Farm Resource Center in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The production system there serves as an approach for scaling up larvae production as an alternative protein...
  2. Poultry feed is food for farm poultry, including chickens, ducks, geese and other domestic birds. Before the twentieth century, poultry were mostly kept on general farms, and foraged for much of their feed, eating insects, grain spilled by cattle and horses, and plants around the farm. This was...
  3. Workshop objectives: Train participants on how to make their own stock feed Understand the benefits of making pelleted feeds over mash or crumbs Participants should be able to significantly reduce the stock feed expense
  4. How to improve the nutrition of farmers’ milking animals when each family keeps only one dairy cow? During the cold, continental winter, the major fodders available are wheat or maize straw, together with hay and concentrated feeds. As a minimum, it is essential to provide a green fodder...
  5. Maggot farming currently not too competitive like sago worm because most people are not aware that its possible to farm Maggots and make money from it, talk more about making millions. The truth is that it is possible if you do it correctly. This is the right time to venture into this business...
  6. Maggot is the larvae of the domestic fly (Musca domestica). The Songhai Centre in Porto‐Novo has facilities for and engages in the mass production of maggots as a solution to the high cost of feed in fish and livestock production. A brief review of a maggot production enterprise in Songhai is...
  7. Abstract: With a growing world population and increasingly demanding consumers, the production of sufficient protein from livestock, poultry, and fish represents a serious challenge for the future especially, in the developing countries. Maggot, the larvae of the domestic fly (Musca domestica)...
  8. This is one of two booklets in the Better Farming Series devoted to te use and processing of cassava and sweet potatoes for animal feeding. It describing various ways of feeding different parts of the plants (roots, peels, and foliage) in several forms (fresh, dried, in meal or silage) to...
  9. Access Agriculture Training Video People who traditionally eat insects, such as grasshoppers, termites, white ants or crickets catch them in the wild when they are in season. In some places there are now fewer edible insects because the environment has been damaged. Rearing insects on your farm...
  10. 1/01/2015 Especially in Stall-Feeding The idea for this booklet on straw feeding emerged some years ago during a meeting, while discussing an Agrodok on dairy cattle husbandry. That Agrodok was to have a chapter on animal feed, especially fodders such as grasses and crop residues. However, this would have...