Matt Saager wrote:I hadn't thought through that part (dominant chicken, bald spot filled with poop)...
So revised plan then.
A more traditional BSF bin:
- outlet into a container, to broadcast larvae to chickens
- relatively close to the worm bin, to allow easy distribution of non-worm-food
- relatively close to chicken coop/paddock, for easy & frequent chicken feeding
Matt Saager wrote:No kidding??? I've never heard that.
I have had some BSF's in the worm bin before, a few larvae, not too many though.
The bin is a converted horse water trough, with a plywood lid that sits pretty tight.
I wonder if it would still get over-run with BSF's ??
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