We produce mixed feed for cricket, which is the most nutritious and healthy food, without GMO content. Ingredients: barley, oats, rock salt, flaxseed cake, vitamins (A, D3, B1, B2, B6, B12), proteins, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, etc.
Crickets need a balanced diet for healthy growth and development. It should include the necessary amount of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. It is very difficult and costly to achieve such a combination with natural feed. Therefore, we produce special mixed feed that contains balanced nutritional ingredients. It is rich in minerals and vitamins, providing the diet of crickets with everything they need. It is a ground fraction and is the most nutritious representative of dry feed.
We produce mixed feed that is considered a full-feed. It is produced based on crops with a high content of proteins, minerals and vitamins, which fully meets the needs of crickets for the nutrients necessary for their healthy growth. Mixed feed should be given regularly. The proportions of the feed to another feed and the period of feeding crickets - depend on the technology of their cultivation. If feeding is mainly based on mixed feed, it is better for adult crickets to put it in flat feeders, for small individuals to spread it throughout the container twice a day. As the feed is contaminated with crickets, we must remove and replace it with a new one.
Using feed for crickets allows you to get healthy and large individuals without additional expenses for their nutrition. The feed of our production pays off quickly, thereby it allows us to increase the income of the cricket farm.
Cricket feed is nutritious and healthy, with no genetically modified (GMO) ingredients. It contains a rich formula of the vitamin-mineral complex:
Growing crickets, we do not use antibiotics, growth hormones, or other medical drugs. The technology of our production is aimed on growing crickets in hygienic conditions, with the proper microclimate and balanced nutrition. Due to this, the whole number of crickets is healthy, fed and 90% of individuals reach adulthood.