Sustainable Protein for Aquafeed and Pet food

We grow out black solider fly larvae on organic waste to produce sustainable insect protein products for sale globally

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Ideal protein ingredient for pet foods and for commercial aquafeed for farmed prawn and fish

Insects are a natural food source for many animal/fish species, packed with protein and amino acids.

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Nature's most sustainable protein

When organic waste is ingested by BSF larvae GHG emissions are abated. Insect protein production is highly efficient on a land use, water and energy requirements basis.

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Our Products from BSFL farming


Live Black Soldier Fly (BSF) larvae are a nutritious feed source to supplement a pet or reptile diet. Rich in protein & calcium, improving bone & egg strength.

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100% natural oven-dried FlyFarm black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are a tasty, nutritious source of essential amino acids, fats and minerals to various livestock.

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100% natural, a defatted high quality protein meal made from sustainably reared BSFL. Rich in amino acids and minerals. An ideal replacement for wild caught fishmeal.

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Black Soldier Fly (BSF) insect oil provides high content of beneficial fats, minerals and antioxidants to various livestock, replacing less sustainable oils in their feeds.

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Frass is the leftover from the bio-conversion and rearing process and can be used as an organic fertiliser, loaded with digestate, exoskeletal and castings of BSF Larvae.

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Ideal nutritional profile

Black soldier fly larvae derived insect meal, oil have proven nutritional properties which make them the ideal replacement protein for traditional sources such as fishmeal and soy.

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Our Impact

By upcycling organic waste and abating GHG emissions FlyFarm produces emissions  negative protein. FlyFarm aims to fully participate in the pursuit of  the UN Sustainability Goals. Acting as a sustainable global citizen and do everything in it’s power to help protect the earth from excess natural capital destruction and damage from excess human consumption.

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