TRAINING FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FLY LARVAE AS SUSTAINABLE POULTRY FEED

High cost of poultry feed in Kenya poses major challenges to households producing poultry meat. Fly larvae as animal feed offer an innovative solution to this. With a nutritional value similar to that of fishmeal, the larvae offer an alternative to other protein feeds. The project therefore aims to use organic waste from households in informal settlements to breed fly larvae under controlled conditions. Project goal: (1) Cost-efficient feed for poultry production (2) Reduction of landfilling of organic waste (3) Reduction of CO2 emissions by reducing rotting processes (4) Improved animal nutrition (5) Establishment of small companies for feed production (6) Know-how transfer for larval production
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