Insect Farming: The Overlooked Sustenance

Discussion in 'Animal Husbandry' started by Blake E Boo, Jul 30, 2017.

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    All of the livestock raising preppers have failed to mention insects. Many insects, like mealworms, crickets, grasshoppers, locusts, beetles, etc. are edible. Insect farming would be a good way to sustain a family, considering they are an infinite resource and packed with protein. A pound of crickets contains more protein than a pound of beef. So why are insects left out?
     
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