Insect Companies Are Lazy On Social Media

Eating insects is a big thing, even a super trend according to many studies and articles. But there are many obstacles to overcome before we change our attitudes towards the crawling things we many of us consider disgusting or even scary. Social media is undoubtedly the best forum to spread understanding of the more ethicalContinue reading “Insect Companies Are Lazy On Social Media”

Database Analysis; The Chosen Species

I published my Entomology Company Database in this website about one week ago. I already got a lot of positive feedback and also people informed me of missing companies and mistakes, thank you for that! I will keep on updating the database from now on, if you spot a line that needs updating, let meContinue reading “Database Analysis; The Chosen Species”

Insect Farming Is Best Suited for the Production of Animal Feed

The companies of the growing industry of high-scale insect farming are approaching their businesses from many different angles, but where the use of insects can be justified the best is when the insects are used to create animal based feed for other animals. The “animal based feed” means feed that include proteins and other nutrientsContinue reading “Insect Farming Is Best Suited for the Production of Animal Feed”

Collective Consciousness in High Scale Insect Farming

In the Finnish national broadcast company’s radio channel Yle Puhe there was a great program by a man called Jari Sarasvuo.  His latest talk show encouraged me to write this post. What he was talking about among many other things was Collective and Social Consciousness. These are not theories of his own, but his wayContinue reading “Collective Consciousness in High Scale Insect Farming”

Insect Farmers Are Ignoring Health Hazards

Insect are closely related to crustaceans. Multiple entomology companies are acknowledging this by warning their customers about the possibility of allergic reaction when consuming insect products especially on people who are allergic to crustaceans e.g shrimps. The companies apply the warnings to their customers, but it seems they do not act on the same basisContinue reading “Insect Farmers Are Ignoring Health Hazards”

What the Latest Avian Flu Epidemic Teaches to Insect Farmers?

In the first half of 2015 the egg production industry in USA has been hit hard with avian flu epidemic causing the staggering loss of 11 percent of the hen population all across the country. In actual number of egg-laying hens reduced just between April and June by 33 million individuals. Read these articles forContinue reading “What the Latest Avian Flu Epidemic Teaches to Insect Farmers?”

5 Questions an Investor Should Ask Before Investing into an Insect Farm

Investing into the growing industry of high-scale insect farming that has undoubtedly high potential is a case of high risk / high reward. The high reward comes from the growing and unexploited markets and the high risk from the limited knowledge and the undeveloped market environment. Here in this blog I list some of the mostContinue reading “5 Questions an Investor Should Ask Before Investing into an Insect Farm”

Animal Welfare in Insect Farming

Large-scale industrial insect farming is a relatively new industry and is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. There are a few industrial size insect farms starting around the world that are rearing insects, mainly for fish feed, but some products are also popping up little by little for human consumption as well. TheContinue reading “Animal Welfare in Insect Farming”