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insect production

Wild Harvested   Entomophagy and insect conservation: some thoughts for digestion Abstract There is an apparent contradiction between conserving insects and using them as food. Entomophagy can make a significant contribution to insect conservation if they are sustainably harvested in conjunction with appropriate habitat management. It can also be an alternative source of proteins for humans in order to reduce adverse environmental impacts of livestock production.     Farming Crickets Locust Tenebrio Ants Cochineal Silk Worms Wax Worms Other Edible Insects   Six legged livestock Edible insect farming, collecting and marketing in Thailand   Edible insects in Lao PDR Building[...]