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cricket farming yard waste - micro farming

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Location: Sacramento, CA
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I was doing some research on cricket farming. using yard waste such as tree cuttings bamboo leaves so forth. we get so use to doing yard waste so forth using compost worms, and lately black solider flies .. but crickets can break things down quickly. very quickly. strip things down. and your left with decent waste and food grade crickets

has anyone study this. and also different feed options. i also have been reading a bit about this interntaionally but the data isnt layed out as well .. such as feed options so forth

Currently I only micro farm since I live in the burbs with a lot of space. it's pretty much right near the large rice farms. im pretty thankful a few years back they went organic. i hope they stay that way cos id rather not live next to a rice farm that wasnt ... anyways

back to point.

I have a few sheep, some black solider flies, lazy snail farm, two dogs, and some chickens. hope'n to get into ducks soon.
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