Could the Black Soldier Fly Improve Our Survival Chances as Part of a New Food Chain?

There are all kinds of innovative ways of getting rid of waste and creating compost. Here’s an example of one way nature does it. It involves the black soldier fly.

What if raising black soldier flies could aid in waste disposal and create food for other animals at the same time? It’s being done. But what about doing it on a large scale?

 

See How Black Soldier Flies Are Part of a New Food Chain

 

 

Find more perspective on using Black Soldier Flies in your survival garden or homestead.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

2 thoughts on “Could the Black Soldier Fly Improve Our Survival Chances as Part of a New Food Chain?”

    1. I’m not sure how much damage this variety of fly could do in a garden. The adults have no mouth parts and only live a few days. The grubs are scavengers and eat spoiled things. That includes things like manure and dead animals.

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