The benefits of using insects in feed production are numerous. First of all insects, like mealworms and black soldier flies can provide an alternative protein source which reduces reliance on traditional protein sources like soybeans and fishmeal. Insects are also a valuable source of essential nutrients like amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. As insects can be fed on organic waste materials Insect farming can contribute to a more sustainable and circular economy. Insect farming generally has a smaller environmental footprint compared to traditional livestock farming. Insects require less land, water, and feed to produce the same amount of protein, and they generate fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

Our trainings on insect breeding cover various topics to provide a comprehensive understanding of the subject. Training duration can range from a few days to several weeks, depending on the depth of knowledge being provided.

Insects learning topics

  • Insect biology and life cycles
  • Breeding systems
  • Insect nutrition
  • Environmental factors
  • Health and disease
  • Quality control
  • Regulations