Insect Culture as a Social Driver

Widespread acceptance of insectary viability is here. We are at beginning of acceptance of farmed insect products with many applications and forms.

This new resource availability will be a societal driver, not responder, and time is on the side of development. Attitudes toward insect consumption will adjust. Early reactions will not matter much as the needs grow and we get used to its uses.

Insectary based husbandry can replace fish meal’s expensive infrastructure of vast fleets and shore support, cheaply and sustainably.¬† Development¬† will be in hands of small holders widely spread instead of mega companies. Commercial quantities of insect materials are attainable with low investment, local labor and local substrate sourcing with husbandry performed in rural or urban settings.


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  1. Hi Audrey.. have been following your blog and Tim’s for ages and never tire redniag both your heartfelt and super cute posts! Have actually met you both at MACC (the comedy show) and Nuffnang movie screenings but shy to say hello.. I also dunno why so shy.. but anyways nnFrom what I’ve heard, pregnancy isn’t easy and what more to say complications like yours. There will be days where everything just seems dark, gloomy and hopeless but hang in there k.. nnYou are fortunate that you are surrounded by many people who care and love you.. when times get tougher, try to remind yourself that and be as strong as you can for your little Fighter ya! nnLots of HUGS and I will pray hard for you, Tim and little Fighter as you weather this storm together. Stay cute, too!!

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