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Nice find BW. If they ever open up here in Australia I would be sorely tempted to jump ship and work there!


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http://www.fishupdate.com/fly-farm-wins ... r-funding/
Fly farm wins $17.5m further funding

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http://www.feednavigator.com/Suppliers/ ... -factories

Australasia to get 20 new insect feed factories
Insect feed producer, AgriProtein, has announced a licensing deal with its Australian partner, Twynam Group, that it said will see 20 insect feed factories being rolled out across Australasia.

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Saudi Arabia to build three fly farms, says AgriProtein
http://m.engineeringnews.co.za/article/ ... ep_id:4433

" The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is to host the Middle East’s first fly farm, following the completion of a licensing deal between Saudi technology hub Sajt and waste-to-nutrient group AgriProtein.


The agreement signals the start of a new industry for the region, namely the commercial-scale production of insect-based animal feed.

Cape Town-based AgriProtein rears fly larvae on organic waste and harvests the larvae to make natural, high-protein animal feed products."

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Alaska Fish Radio - Fly-based fish meal wins global champion award; 200 fly farms planned in the US within 10 years
by Laine Welch | Jun 18, 2018

http://www.alaskafishradio.com/fly-base ... -10-years/

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Fish meal accounts for 60 to 70 percent of farmed fish production costs. It can take up to four pounds of wild fish meal to grow one pound of farmed salmon.

Tests prove that all kinds of insects can make a good feed but the high crude fat content in black soldier flies provides an extra nutritional boost. AgriProtein uses food wastes to cultivate fly colonies and converts the larvae into MagMeal.

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