As a pet lover, you may be curious about how the larvae of insects, more specifically BSFL, can be used in your pet dairy diet. Believe it or not, there are quite a few ways that these larvae can be incorporated into their diet.
Some pet owners use them as a source of protein and calcium, while others enjoy them as a tasty snack. Keep reading to learn more about the different ways to feed your beloved pet with Obie's Worms (Black Soldier Fly Larvae). You may be surprised to find out how versatile they really are!
Obie's Live BSFL (Black Soldier Fly Larvae) is a perfect reptile food source:
Our black soldier fly larvae are a highly nutritional and calcium-rich food staple for your pet. Live BSFL (Hermetia illuciens) contains>3000 ppm calcium, >50% protein (dry weight) and a Calcium to Phosphorus (Ca:P) 1.25:1 ratio which is near ideal for insectivores. BSFL also contains all the essential nutrients your insectivore needs.
The live grubs don’t chirp and don’t require dusting or gut loading. Just feed your pet directly when they arrive.
Perfect For Feeding Birds, Reptiles, Hedgehogs or any Insectivores Pet:
As pet owners, we want to do everything in our power to give our friends the best lives possible. One way this manifests is through food and nutrition. Nowadays there are so many choices of high-quality foods on the market that it can be difficult to make a decision about which one will provide your animal with all the nutrients they need and promote optimum health for them.
If our informational blog post shouldn't help you figure out what type of food your pet loves most, send us some details about their personality and habits by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll point you towards an answer (or two!).