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Reptile Rack Systems

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Reptile Rack Systems

Reptile Racking Systems For Commercial Breeders   Racks are usually vertical shelving units designed to accommodate as many small animals as possible in a compact space. They are typically equipped with essential heating or cooling equipment such as thermostats, heat tape, and snag fitting tubs to escape resistant cages/enclosures. Racks are all about performance and efficiency, so the rack system is designed to make a simple enclosure easily accessible. These enclosures are easy to access when feeding or cleaning them. A disposable substrate is used inside them for small animals and reptiles. This substrate could be butcher paper or paper...

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What Reptiles Eat Black Soldier Fly

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What Reptiles Eat Black Soldier Fly

Which Reptiles Species Eat Black Solider Fly Larvae?   Reptiles make excellent pets. Whether you are an adult or a child, you love them, which is why they are so popular. One of the main reasons reptile pets are so popular is that they are easy to care for. Unlike dogs and cats, they do not shed, enjoy living in their terrarium, and are easy to feed. But like many other pets, there are specific requirements for keeping pets. You have to set up their terrarium with the right temperature and living environment and feed them according to their breed's...

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Other Feeder Insects

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Other Feeder Insects

Feeder Insects Larvae Other Than BSFL There are many Feeder insects given to reptiles other than Black Solider Fly Larvae. However, only give them when you are in short of Black Solider Fly Larvae (BSFL). These Feeder insects larvae are the best diet for any reptile, including anoles, geckoes, chameleons, or bearded dragons. 1.   Crickets Nutritional Content Ratio: 66%  moister 20% protein 6% fat 3% and 5% ash Pros:  Crickets are usually relatively inexpensive as compared to all other feeder insects Readily available at almost all the stores Favorite for pet owners due to its availabilty and low price. Crickets often...

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How to Bread Black Soldier Fly

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How to Bread Black Soldier Fly

                                        How to Breed BSFL Insects at all life stages are rich sources of protein, fat, and many other important nutrients, and can be eaten by humans or used as feed for human food animals like fish, poultry, rabbits, and swine. Fly larvae are particularly recommended for this purpose because they contain a high amount of animal protein. In Fly larvae, the black soldier fly (BFS), Hermetia illucens, has tremendous potential and capable of digesting almost any organic matter and converting it into insect biomass. The larvae can be fed live to fish or poultry, processed into feed comparable to...

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Black Soldier Fly Most Asked Questions

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Black Soldier Fly Most Asked Questions

                                       Black Solider Fly FAQ Food futurists accept that sustainability-minded humanity will increasingly incorporate Insects as alternative protein. The black soldier fly (BSF) has huge potential and capable of efficiently converting a wide variety of organic materials, from food waste to manure, into insect biomass. They can be grown and harvested without dedicated facilities and are not pestiferous. Their larvae are 42% crude protein and 29% fat, although they are higher in saturated fats than most insects. They do not concentrate on pesticides or mycotoxins. They are already grown and recommended for use as animal feed. In this article, we will...

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