In Cambodia, there does not seem to be much interest in fly farming yet. On the other hand, the owner of a fly farm in Kvit Tuol Khleang village, Kbal Teuk commune, Teuk Phos district, Kampong Chhnang province, Mr. Bun Chanvirak, claimed that raising flies was not a story. This is unique because in large countries and countries including Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam, which grow in agriculture, understand the benefits of flies. This is normal feeding.
The 25-year-old farmer, who researched how to raise flies online, said: “The reason I decided to raise this fly was to Make chicken, duck and fish feed that we raise in a truly natural way, because when we say grow natural vegetables, raise natural animals, we can not buy “The food on the market for the animals to eat because some food is treated with drugs to maintain quality or supplements.”
very useful fly species with more nutrients (more than 40% protein) and imported from Malaysia differs from the common fly (Fly) in that it transmits germs, feathers, dirt and feces, and the evolution of this fly (BSF) ) Lasts 40 days.
Separately, Mr. Yan Chanly, a 23-year-old Cambodian student from Banteay Meanchey province, went to work in Israel on a fly farm. During one year of his work, Chanly gained new experiences in his life, knowing and understanding how to raise flies to create As a feed for beneficial insects, they are sold to livestock farms for $ 150 per kilogram.
Raising this type of fly does not pollute or damage the environment because it does not litter on our food or on waste. In addition, it can help clean up our environment by recycling waste, vegetables, rotten fruits for it to eat. On the other hand, flies are raised to feed on the larvae of flies, which are useful animals. For use on livestock farms, using it to feed on dodder flies so that dodder flies do not hatch into flies Adult.
And raising flies for animal feed and agricultural fertiliser is easy to do and costs less compared to the feed fertiliser on the market today currently.
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