See below for a press released titled December 12th, 2018 from Ÿnsect:
Gut health, cumulative mortality and weight gain have been tested with, in the end, outstanding performance. Thanks to the results of this trial, Ÿnsect has further demonstrated its commitment to high-performance premium alternative protein ingredients with nutrition and health benefits for animals and plants.
Continue reading “Aquaculture: Ÿnsect unveils the results of its insect protein ŸnMeal™ on sea bass”
“Try finding a landlord that lets you raise 5 million crickets in his building…” I hear a soft chuckle on the other end of the line. “Yeah – we’re excited to expand but there’s a lot to consider!”
I’m speaking with James Williams, owner of Crunchy Critter Farms. Williams, along with Sean Schultz, Brian Battle, Elliott Blair, and Alex Schneider started Crunchy Critter Farms in 2016 to raise wholesale quantities of crickets for human consumption.
Continue reading “Lookout Landlords and Regulators – Insect Businesses Set to Grow.”
Earlier this week, we heard Jarrod’s views on how cricket farming might help with the California water crisis. Crickets are clearly a more sustainable protein resource than things like red meat or almonds. Today, Jarrod of Next Millennium Farms continues to share what might bring the price of cricket farming down and what the true nutritional value of crickets is:
Aly: I’m wondering if you can speak a bit more about farming practices. As insects grow in popularity, we are going to see more cricket farms emerge. Cricket farming practices are far more efficient than livestock farming from an environmental angle, but from a cost angle there is some room for improvement.
We have only been farming crickets for about 50 years – a blip on the timeline compared to livestock and agriculture.
“We have only been farming crickets for about 50 years – a blip on the timeline compared to livestock and agriculture. “
Continue reading “The Future of Cricket Farming and the REAL Value of Crickets as told by Next Millennium Farms”