Animal feed of the future!
Contribute to a better planet and switch to sustainable animal feed now.
Sustainable and nutritious
The larvae of this species of fly are responsible for a revolution in animal feed. They’re perfectly suited as a feeding solution for birds, fish and reptiles, because of their nutritional value and small ecological footprint.

On top of that, animals love them! If you’re looking for a way to reduce your carbon footprint and serve your animals the best possible diet at the same time,  the Black Soldier Fly could be the solution you’re looking for.
Perfectly suited for birds, fish & reptiles.
Due to the excellent nutrinional and antibiotic values, the larvae of the Black Soldier Fly are the ideal diet for your animals. Once your animals get used to eating the larvae, there’s no need for any other kind of animal feed!
More sustainable than fish meal.
Most people still use fish meal to feed their birds, fish and reptiles. Fish meal is made of dried and ground fish and production is often wasteful and unsustainable. Why not choose a diet of Black Soldier Fly larvae instead?
The many benefits of Black Soldier Fly
animal feed:
Fed on residual stream
The larvae eat organic waste, transforming it into high-quality biomass.
High level of calcium
The larvae contain a very high level of calcium, up to 10 times higher than mealworms or crickets! which is great for your animals’ bones and eggs.
Natural antibiotic
Black Soldier Fly larvae contain high levels of lauric acid, a natural antibiotic.
High feed conversion
The larvae have a very high feed conversion ratio (9 times better than beef, for example)
Low CO2-emission
Exceptionally low greenhouse gas emissions per kilogram of produced protein.
Large yield on a small area
large yield on a small area due to vertical cultivation
Contact
Contact us for more information, prices, delivery options and much more!
BSF - Bart Spotbeen
Belsenakestraat 1
BE - 3020 Herent
+32 475 40 68 58
info@blacksoldierfly.be
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