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▶ Go behind the scenes at an innovative “bug farm” in Ohio – YouTube

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock Go behind the scenes at an innovative “bug farm” in Ohio, where engineer and entrepreneur Glen Courtright harnesses the power of flies to turn food waste int… Ana C. Day‘s insight: Enviroflight !! See on www.youtube.com

First scientific journal focuses on insects as food and feed

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock Wageningen Academic Publishers will publish the first scientific journal on insects as food and feed. The first issue is planned for 2015. See on www.allaboutfeed.net

EU approval for insect derived pig and poultry feed may be six months away

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock EU approval on the use of insect protein in animal feed may be just around the corner, claims a Dutch academic and consultant on edible insects. See on www.feednavigator.com

Chinese farmers pleased with using insects in feed

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock A new video, made available recently, shows that poultry farmers in China who use insect-based feed are noticing improvements in both the health and quality of their birds. See on www.allaboutfeed.net

Insect feedstock for pigs, chicken and fish production

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock Protein from insects is expected to be approved by the EU for use as feed for pigs and chickens over the next six months, according to a leading expert and advisor on edible insects to the United Nations’ Food & Agriculture Organisation. See on www.foodmanufacture.co.uk

Maggots may provide protein for future animal feed

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock Relying on proteins from fast-growing insects such as maggots presents many advantages, but we need a better knowledge of these protein sources before they can be turned into animal feed See on phys.org

Maggots: the perfect protein source – Geert Bruggeman

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock Relying on proteins from fast-growing insects such as maggots presents many advantages, but we need a better knowledge of these protein sources before they can be turned into animal feed See on www.youris.com

Let Them Eat Flies

See on Scoop.it – Protein Alternatives: Insects as Mini-Livestock QUEST goes behind the scenes at an innovative “bug farm” in Ohio, where engineer and entrepreneur Glen Courtright harnesses the power of flies to turn food waste into sustainable fish feed. See on science.kqed.org

Le burger aux insectes met les parlementaires d’accord

See on Scoop.it – Entomophagy: Edible Insects and the Future of Food Evénement singulier dans les couloirs du Palais fédéral: une dégustation de mets à base d’insectes. Au menu: burgers à base de vers de farine, rissoles aux grillons, petits biscuits chocolatés décorés d’un criquet, ou encore cake au citron et aux larves. “Pas de différence avec un burger classique!”, a déclaré aux médias le conseiller aux Etats Robert Cramer (Verts/GE) en dégustant son burger lors de cet… See on www.swissinfo.ch

Les parlementaires ont osé goûter aux insectes

See on Scoop.it – Entomophagy: Edible Insects and the Future of Food La conseillère nationale Isabelle Chevalley avait convié les parlementaires à un apéritif à priori peu ragoûtant puisque les snacks proposés étaient à base d’insectes. Mais les élus ont répondu présent. See on www.24heures.ch