Processing maggot for Animal feeds.


Have it in mind that maggot faming is a full time job. The maggot faming start from :-
1, Intention :- you must have it in mind that you want to start maggot farming for a purpose either for a research or to generate income because this will determine your seriousness through out the process.

2, Housing :- you can use large plastic container or maggot cage, place the maggot cage outside your yard and place the rotten food / animal on the net above the cage ,in which the flies will locate it,feed on it and lay their egg on it. The eggs now later turn to maggot which will now be dropping into into the container inside the cage.

3, Harvest :- harvest any maggots you needed and move it to were it will be processed. Make sure you cover the remaining so as not to allow them to transform to flies

4, Recycling :- Don't worry as far as the maggot turns to adult flies, they will be producing more maggot and even ,some dead one will be feed by maggot again.

5, Drying :- After the maggot are dead ,collect it in a tray and place it inside a dryer or under the sun for it to dry. During this process make the maggot free of poisonous chemicals, add some flavors to give it good taste and smell.

6, Presentation :- After drying you can present it through bagging ,use of plastics etc. With you label tag if you like and it is ready to be taking to market.f
Processing maggot for Animal feeds. Processing maggot for Animal feeds. Reviewed by ibrahim hammed on June 09, 2018 Rating: 5

20 comments:

  1. Ummmmm, okay :D I have to be totally honest, this is something I never even thought about and I was strangely fascinated reading it too. Maggots gross me out, but I can completely understand why maggot farming is necessary. I would be very keen to know what flavors get added.

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  2. Oh my, I never will have to think of this but I guess for those who need to, this is good to know!

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  3. This is all very new information to me. I know the perfect person to pass it on too my friend who runs his own homestead seems like he would get alot of use out of it.

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  4. Maggots gross me out but this was actually very interesting information!

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  5. Who knew something so gross could be so useful!? Thanks so much for sharing this info!

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  6. Wow, This is amazing. I never thought that a maggot could be something that can be very useful

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  7. I never imagined maggots were beneficial, I always thought of them as some nasty creature.

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  8. This is a new topic for me actually so to be very honest I read it thrice to understand, and digest it.

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  9. This post was very informative. I really had no such knowledge of Maggots, they gross me out still. But I am glad to have learned something today

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  10. Ew! I didn't even realize this was a thing!

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  11. I will be honest. Wasn't expecting a post like this. I did cringe a bit lol but thanks for sharing!

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  12. Interesting read but honestly this kinda scares me. I'm absolutely afraid of bugs

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  13. This is a very weirdly interesting read. That doesn't mean I am gonna start processing maggot, but I kinda liked reading about it.

    xo Corina
    https://unbouquetdamour.com

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  14. Honestly have no idea what to say about this. I have absolutely no interest in maggots and I can't see that changing anytime soon.

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  15. Eeek. Never will I ever be a maggot farmer, but informative post for those who might be.

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  16. I seriously have never heard of maggot farming before, so this is a very interesting topic. I'm grossed out seeing maggots, honestly.

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  17. This is something I never expected to be feed on animals. But now I have an idea of how it is being processed.

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  18. Hi, great advices!! just learn some cool things!!

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  19. Well you learn something new everyday! I literally never knew any of this! Thank you for sharing!

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  20. Well this was informative also I dont think I could even see a maggot haha. Thanks anyway :)

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