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Insect protein as an alternative to fish meal in aquaculture feed, poultry and pork.

Lower risk of disease transmission

Less risk of disease transmission: the use of protein from insects can reduce the risk of transmission of diseases that can be associated with fishmeal use, such as fish-borne diseases.


More amino acids

More complete protein: protein from insects contains all the essential amino acids needed to keep animals healthy, and therefore may be more complete than protein from fish meal.

Some studies show that insect proteins contain higher levels of certain amino acids, such as lysine, methionine and threonine, compared to fishmeal. However, insect proteins may contain lower amounts of other amino acids such as cysteine and tyrosine.


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Peptides in insect protein

Proteins from insects are a source of dietary peptides, which may be more readily available for digestion than whole proteins. Peptides are short chains of amino acids that are formed by hydrolysis of proteins. The absorption of peptides in animals can be more efficient than that of whole proteins because they can be more easily digested by the body, allowing the necessary nutrients to be obtained more quickly.


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Antimicrobial peptides: many insects produce antimicrobial peptides that help them defend themselves against bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. Some of these peptides may be beneficial to animals because they can prevent disease and increase immunity.

1.             Peptides with high biological value: proteins from insects contain all the necessary amino acids that are necessary to maintain animal health. Therefore, peptides derived from insect proteins can be more complete and more easily digested than peptides from other sources.

2.             Peptides involved in metabolic regulation: some peptides contained in insect proteins can participate in metabolic regulation and control blood glucose levels.

3.             Peptides with anti-inflammatory effects: some studies show that some peptides contained in insect proteins may have anti-inflammatory properties and help reduce inflammation in animals.



Reducing the risk of antibiotic resistance

The use of proteins from insects may be useful in replacing antibiotics because it can reduce the risk of antibiotic resistance. The use of antibiotics in animal feed can lead to the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which can complicate the treatment of infections in animals and humans. The use of proteins from insects may help reduce the risk of antibiotic resistance, as these proteins have a narrower spectrum of action than antibiotics and do not lead to the development of antibiotic resistance.


Reduced risk of allergies  

Insect protein may have the advantage of being hypoallergenic, meaning that it can cause fewer allergic reactions in humans and animals compared to other types of protein.

One reason insect protein is hypoallergenic is that it contains fewer allergenic components than other protein sources such as dairy, eggs, wheat and soy. Insect protein also has a unique structure that may reduce its ability to cause allergic reactions.

Low protein ash content

1. Reducing the risk of disease: High levels of ash in feed can lead to the development of diseases related to kidney and liver failure in animals. The use of insect protein, which contains low amounts of ash, can help to reduce the risk of such diseases and maintain animal health.

2.Increased nutritional value: lower ash content can increase the nutritional value of the feed. High ash content can reduce the availability of nutrients to animals, so using insect protein that contains low amounts of ash can increase nutrient digestibility and increase the nutritional value of the feed.


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1. Naturalness: chicken manure is an organic fertilizer that contains natural nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. These elements are essential for plant growth and do not contain chemical additives that can be hazardous to health and the environment.


2.High nutrient content: chicken manure contains high amounts of nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, which can help increase yields and product quality.

3.Improving soil quality: chicken manure can help improve soil quality and fertility because it contains organic material and microorganisms that can improve soil structure.

4.Insect processing of litter can help improve its antibacterial properties due to the antimicrobial peptides in the insect protein. Antimicrobial peptides are small protein molecules that can fight bacteria, viruses, and fungi by reducing their growth and reproduction.


  • acceleration of fruit ripening;

  • increasing yields;

  • improvement of plant immunity;

  • no toxicity;

  • universality;

  • action for 3 years after application to the soil;

  • reducing the growth of bacteria, viruses and fungi;

  • micronutrient content


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