Black Soldier Fly Composter / Automatic Chicken Feeder – Eco Snippets

Black Soldier Fly Composter / Automatic Chicken Feeder

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“We have had much success harvesting Black Soldier Fly Larvae to feed our chickens, but we needed a new design.

After much thought, this is the design that we have come up with. We designed this unit with these things in mind:

  • large for plenty of compost
  • portable so we can move it
  • auto-feeds our chickens
  • easy to build and replicate
  • made from common materials

This composter can turn everyday food and garden waste in to a nutritious food source for chickens and rich compost. We simply place the food scraps in the barrel and the Black Soldier Fly (or BSF) larvae does the rest…”

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i just started learning about those black soldier fly not too long ago. they look like black wasp.one was in my house and had to do an online search to find out what it was. now I see them all the time, I do have 2 compost piles. and they keep housefly away.

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I have done that one year. Love soldier flies!!!

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