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      Producing black soldier fly larvae is very easy and inexpensive, we can use garbage, waste and manure.

      High protein


      The complete nutritional content, amino acids and high protein greatly helps healthy animals spur the growth of pets.

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      MOST MAGNIFY FLOWERS WITHOUT SMELL, Free download is safe and comfortable. SAFE is not in community demonstrations and is COMFORTABLE for farmers.


      Modern BSF Maggot without Bau aims to produce maggots for fish and poultry feed.

      Cultivating the right maggot must be odorless, without machine, without drugs and without fermentation so the results can be maximized.

      Safe because it is not demonstrated by the family and comfortable in carrying it out.


      Maggot crops can be processed and applied to maggot paste, flour maggot and maggot pellets or live (fresh magot)

      This way you can have lots of livestock without buying feed from the store again.

      Goodbye pellets and store feed.


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      You don't need to be confused about maggot marketing.

      Because Yurie BSF will buy it.


      Yurie BSF has provided Rp100.000.000 best friend assistance / people for business development.

      Aid funds are given to increase production capacity.




      AMBASSADOR YURIE BSF is ready to be present at your farm.

      AMBASSADOR Yurie BSF is present at more than 100 cities to provide practical guidance directly on their respective farms.


      At YURIE BSF UNIVERSITY you will be given advanced training.

      To ensure modern BSF cultivation without odor in accordance with the SOP (standard operation procedure) of BSF cultivation without smell.


      As a friend of Yurie BSF, you automatically become a member of KOPERASI MAGGOT INDONESIA.

      The official container for maggot buying and selling and other business development.

      You will enjoy the benefits of sharing the remaining proceeds of the Indonesian maggot cooperative business.

      Agro industry

      Become a part of the Yurie BSF community to jointly develop the Maggot business into the agribusiness world.

      This step is able to meet domestic and international market demand.


      This CSR program is intended for those who want to learn, but cannot afford a modern BSF cultivation package without smell


      Begin daily activities with the obligatory prayer to move all day with God.

      So this Yurie BSF program is the MAIN and NUMBER ONE of all work programs.


      Modern BSF Maggot without Bau aims to produce maggots for fish and poultry feed.

      Cultivating the right maggot must be odorless, without machine, without drugs and without fermentation so the results can be maximized.

      Safe because it is not demonstrated by the family and comfortable in carrying it out.


      Maggot crops can be processed and applied to maggot paste, flour maggot and maggot pellets or live (fresh magot)

      This way you can have lots of livestock without buying feed from the store again.

      Goodbye pellets and store feed.


      Maggot Marketing? SELL TO YURIE BSF !!!

      You don't need to be confused about maggot marketing.

      Because Yurie BSF will buy it.


      Yurie BSF has provided Rp100.000.000 best friend assistance / people for business development.

      Aid funds are given to increase production capacity.




      AMBASSADOR YURIE BSF is ready to be present at your farm.

      AMBASSADOR Yurie BSF is present at more than 100 cities to provide practical guidance directly on their respective farms.


      At YURIE BSF UNIVERSITY you will be given advanced training.

      To ensure modern BSF cultivation without odor in accordance with the SOP (standard operation procedure) of BSF cultivation without smell.


      As a friend of Yurie BSF, you automatically become a member of KOPERASI MAGGOT INDONESIA.

      The official container for maggot buying and selling and other business development.

      You will enjoy the benefits of sharing the remaining proceeds of the Indonesian maggot cooperative business.

      Agro industry

      Become a part of the Yurie BSF community to jointly develop the Maggot business into the agribusiness world.

      This step is able to meet domestic and international market demand.


      This CSR program is intended for those who want to learn, but cannot afford a modern BSF cultivation package without smell


      Begin daily activities with the obligatory prayer to move all day with God.

      So this Yurie BSF program is the MAIN and NUMBER ONE of all work programs.

      Why Breeders Love Yurie BSF

      Learning to cultivate maggot without smell is very easy with a program that has been tested successfully.


      The guidance given was really up to my success including accommodating the harvest yield of my maggot business


      Mbak Yurie's patience to guide me is extraordinary, busy at the office is not a problem because the supervisor is super patient


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      Fish Breeders?

      STOP wasting money to buy pellets, 99% catfish farmers and others out of business because they are unable to finance a large amount of feed reaching 60-70%, if you are a beginner the production costs, especially feed can even reach 80%.

      Do you
      Poultry Farmers?

      Enjoy cost savings for poultry feed up to 82%. You do this by making your own poultry feed with maggot ingredients, such as maggot flour so that your poultry growth is maximal. It's time to save money and focus on continuing to increase the number of your livestock

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      Maggot for Animal Feed

      To get the maximum results from the BSF maggot, before being given as fish and poultry feed, we recommend that you first process it into:

      • Fresh / live maggots
      • Maggot pasta
      • Maggot flour
      • Maggot pellets
      • Chrispy Maggot

      How to process Maggot for animal feed

      To get the maximum results from the BSF maggot, before being given as fish and poultry feed, we recommend that you first process it into:

      • Fresh / live maggots
      • Maggot pasta
      • Maggot flour
      • Maggot pellets
      • Chrispy Maggot

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      Everyone knows flies. These insects are around us. They come because they smell a source of food odor. Besides these annoying flies, they also carry epidemics of diseases such as tuberculosis (tuberculosis), dysenteryamuba, cholera and various other diseases.

      The spread of this disease through food consumed by humans after being infested by flies. But actually flies also bring a lot of benefits to humans.

      Flies are a type of insect (sub-order cyclorrapha diptera order), morphologically flies have short antennas, have two pairs of wings namely the original wing seapsang and a pair of small wings that serve to maintain balance when flying.


      Disease Carrier Flies

      Why are flies called disease-spreading insects? Because when the flies land in a dirty place, then about 125.000, the germs will be left where they land.

      This happens naturally because of the unique way of eating flies. When they land on food, before starting to eat flies will release fluid from his mouth.

      Fluid functions as an enzyme that helps facilitate digestion of the food. This vomiting liquid is left in food and if eaten by humans can be exposed to various diseases.

      Important Things About Flies

      Flies come to the house because they smell food sources. To get rid of it, keep food in a container where flies can't sit.

      To find food, flies are active during the day. A fly depending on its type can produce between 75-126 eggs and hatches within 1-4 days.

      Biologically, the 5 minute will defecate biologically, and if it is eaten by humans, it will cause diarrhea and so on.

      The fly life cycle varies, between 5 to 30 days. BSF flies live very shortly around 5-8 a day while live green flies reach 30 a day.

      house flies can fly at a speed of about XNXX km per hour, this is what causes the garbage or food that we just threw away will soon be flown away.

      Especially in environments where the fly colonies breed fertile.

      Benefits of flies for humans

      What is used from flies is their offspring, often referred to as larvae or maggot or magot or gape or maggot or tenacious or uget-uget and so on.

      In some countries children flies are sold for consumption by humans. They provide special menus such as pasta, soup and pizza.

      Theraphy Maggot

      In the world of medicine, children's flies, namely maggots or larvae or maggot or uget-uget, are used as a treatment tool for external diseases often called "maggot therapy".

      Where the larvae are placed around the wound to eat the skin and flesh of decaying wounds that are infected, kill bacteria and eat dead skin. Making it easier for medicine to cover wounds.

      Magot is also often used by the police to find out the age of corpses in various murder cases.


      Another benefit is that the content of the refilin gene is often used by companies as adhesives. Its adhesive power and elasticity are far stronger than those of rubber tree sap.

      The refilin gene can also treat various diseases of the arterial nerve and meina. Where the two nerves often block the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.

      In addition to earthworms and bacteria, maggots also include oragnik waste decomposers, household waste, factory waste, human waste, livestock manure, carcasses and other organic materials.

      Another benefit that many people take in Indonesia is processing these larvae into natural and alternative feed for fish and poultry.


      Processed Maggot

      Generally the maggot is processed first into maggot pasta, maggot pellets, maggot flour, fresh maggot, Chrispy maggot, dry maggot, maggot stick, frozen maggot, maggot oven and so on.

      These maggot preparations are given directly to livestock or stored as supplies for fish, poultry and reptile feed.

      Utilization of maggot for natural animal feed and this alternative because maggot is rich in nutrients, complete amino acids and high in protein. The protein contained ranges from 40-56%.

      Anatomy and Biology

      The various body shapes of flies. some are slim, fat, big and small depending on their type.

      In general they have good ability to adapt to air movement.


      The head of the fly consists of large compound eyes located on the sides and right of the head, antennae, ocelli, mouth. The eye can move together with the head.

      Flies have neurons that are sensitive to movement and also as a tool to control the direction of the view about the movement around.

      So that it is sensitive to carry out flying movements, turning and rolling at once to identify the shape of the object.None of the fly species has teeth.

      What is consumed by flies is small grains (pollen) and liquid food. As for solid food they cannot eat it.

      But some types of tabanidae flies have a knife in their mouth to make incisions cross and suck their blood.


      The function is to hold the wings and have flight muscles in the second segment. Sections one and three are smaller. On the third segment the thorax has a dumbbell as a counterweight when flying.

      Reproduction of flies

      When mating or mating their position face in the same direction, and the position of the male fly is above the female body.

      Not long after the position of the mating turned back to back. The pregnant female fly parent will look for a place near or above food to put the eggs.

      Except the type of BSF fly (Hermetia illucien) which places the eggs of the eggs not above the food directly but around the food source.

      The location that is generally sought for is that has a lot of food sources as semala food into larvae.

      Fly eggs will generally hatch in a matter of hours while slightly different from BSF flies that require 2-4 days until the eggs hatch.

      Fly species

      • Fruit Flies (drosophila species)
      • Meat Flies (sarcophagidae)
      • Green Flies (calliphora vomitoria)
      • Horse Flies (family tabanidae)
      • Waste Flies (psychodidae)
      • Sand Flies (spiriverpa lunulata)
      • Home-based flies (musca domestica)
      • BSF Flies (hermitia illucien)

      Fruit Flies (drosophila species)

      Fruit flies are a pest to farmers because they fly fruit. This fly is very easy to breed because the food is abundantly available in the plantation and is supported by the ideal Indonesian climate for them.

      In the rainy season these flies breed very much.

      Characteristics of Fruit Flies

      • 3 mm fly length
      • The color of the body is yellow-brown or dappled
      • Has bright red eyes
      • Have a hanging stomach when flying slowly
      • Tends to float
      • Fruit Flies (drosophila species)
      • The egg is shaped like a crescent moon
      • Eggs are placed in groups under the skin or in defective wounds or fruit
      • The number of eggs is about 15 in grain
      • The eggs hatch after two days
      • 5 mm pupa length
      • The abdomen has a 3 transverse line
      • The female fly is more pointed
      • Male stomach is more rounded
      • The life cycle lasts 16 days.
      • Live larvae in fruit between 6-9 days
      • 7-30 larvae days
      • Adult flies live for 2-9 weeks

      Meat Flies (sarcophagidae)

      This one fly is different and unique compared to the others. Meat flies are ovoviviparous, which is what they put on wounds, dirt, carcasses, decaying organic matter, etc. The maggots are not eggs.

      Characteristics of Meat Flies

      • Flies of female meat are larvivara
      • The length of the 6-14 mm horse fly
      • Has a light gray chest cavity
      • It has 3 dark lines extending to the dorsal thorax
      • Have a light gray belly

      Meat Fly Life Cycle

      • 14-30 days fly age
      • Each time the first instar spawns between 40-80 larvae
      • Green Flies (calliphora vomitoria)
      • There are many types of green flies, generally medium and large. There are glass-colored abdomen, shiny silver, green and gray.


      Green Flies (calliphora vomitoria)

      Breed in various fish carcasses or rotten meat or animal feces or decaying food waste.

      Green flies have extraordinary abilities, they only need one second to put bacteria and germs into the food they are seizing.

      Characteristics of Green Flies

      • Length of adult green fly 1 / 4 ″ -1 / 12 ″ inch
      • Glass-colored abdomen, shiny silver, green and gray
      • 3 / 4 large adult larvae inch
      • 7-12 larvae days
      • Green fly eggs will hatch 8-18 hours

      Horse Flies (family tabanidae)

      Live in rotten meat or fish carcasses, or livestock manure, or food waste. Non-stop biting female flies which are the cause of increased animal weight loss. The bite is very painful.

      Characteristics of Horse Flies

      • The length of an adult horse fly is 25mm
      • Dark brown
      • His eyes are green or black
      • The eyes of male flies are next to each other
      • The eyes of a female fly are far apart

      Horse Fly Life Cycle

      • Once lay eggs as much as 100-1.000 items
      • Horse fly eggs will hatch between 5-7 days
      • The life cycle of adult horse flies is between 30-60 days

      Waste Flies (psychodidae)

      Waste flies or disposal flies or moth flies. The larva likes organic waste such as mud.

      Characteristics of Waste Flies

      • 2 mm Fly Length
      • Dark gray
      • Wings full of hair
      • The eggs will hatch 1-6 a day
      • 10-50 larvae days
      • 1-3 pupa phase day

      Sand Flies (spiriverpa lunulata)

      There are Two Types of Sand Flies:

      • Phychodidae and
      • Chironomidae

      This fly is dangerous because it bites animals and humans which can cause itching and various diseases. Like a high fever.

      Their habitat around the coast, mangrove forests, forests and buffalo farms This fly species is active at night between 9-4 morning hours.

      Biting Sand Type

      • Phlebotomus (leishmania parasite vector)
      • Lutzomiya (leishmania parasite vector)
      • Brumptomyia
      • Warileya
      • Chinius

      Characteristics of Sand Flies

      • His body is bent
      • Yellowish and pale gray
      • Has a pair of black compound eyes
      • Have long, smooth legs
      • When silent or resting the wings are always open up
      • The body and wings are covered in fine fur
      • Like to jump
      • High flying ability of up to five meters
      • To produce eggs, female flies need blood from bats and apes
      • Once laying between 30-50 black eggs
      • Adult flies are 10-11mm in length
      • Dark reddish brown legs.

      Sand Fly Life Cycle

      • Live up to 2 years old
      • Pupa or cocoon phase for 1-2 weeks

      House Flies (musca domestica)

      Home fly species are the flies that are most common around us and are vectors of disease. Female house flies usually mate only once.

      They lay eggs around 100 eggs on decaying organic material such as food scraps, carcasses, or feces.

      Characteristics of House Flies

      • The length of an adult house fly is between 5-8 mm
      • Has a narrow line 4
      • Has a gray chest cavity
      • Has a yellow belly
      • His face was covered with fine hair which served to taste the organs
      • Having complex compound eyes
      • His eyes have thousands of lenses that allow wide vision
      • Four wing veins are rather tapered and not straight (bent)
      • The magot is white
      • The shape of the body is tapered to the tip of the head
      • Have a 2 back end ventilator
      • The larva is not legged
      • The length of the magot reaches 12 mm as an adult


      BSF Flies (hermitia illucien)

      BSF fly or black soldier fly or black army fly has a body that is between 15-16 mm and black.

      Black soldier fly in tropical and subtropical climates can reproduce very well. Its existence in the environment that grows a lot of flowering plants, where they eat by sucking the essence of flower honey or morning dew.

      Rarely seen in housing because these flies do not eat. More is seen in a place that contains a lot of garbage, waste and dirt to put the eggs. In one time an adult female can lay eggs 185 - 1.235 eggs.

      Scientific classification

      • Kingdom: Animalia
      • Phylum: Arthropoda
      • Class: Insecta
      • Order: Diptera
      • Suborder: Brachycera
      • Infraorder: Tabanomorpha
      • Superfamily: Stratiomyoidea
      • Family: Stratiomyidae
      • Subfamily: Hermetiinae
      • Genus: Hermetia
      • Species: Hermetia illucens
      • Binomial Name: Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus, 1758)


      • Musca leucopa Linnaeus, 1767
      • Hermetia rufiventris Fabricius, 1805
      • Hermetia nigrifacies Bigot, 1879
      • Hermetia pellucens Macquart, 1834
      • Hermetia mucens Riley & Howard, 1889
      • Hermetia illuscens Copello, 1926
      • Hermetia illucens var. nigritibia Enderlein, 1914

      Description of BSF Flies

      Adult BSF flies are approximately 16 mm (5 / 8 inches). This medium sized fly has a body that is mostly black.

      With colors ranging from black, blue to green metallic on the chest and sometimes with the tip of the abdomen reddish. The second abdominal tergite (abdomen) has a translucent clear area.

      With a wide head shape and very large eyes. Has an antenna that is twice the length of the head. Have 6 black legs with whitish tarsi.

      The BSF wing is shaped like a membrane. And at rest, the wings are folded horizontally in the stomach overlapping. The Black soldier fly is a mimic fly.

      Similar BSF Wasps

      When viewed in terms of size, color, and appearance similar to wasps and the like. Especially because the fly antenna is elongated like a wasp.

      Tarsi back of the pale fly and has two small transparent "windows" in the basic abdominal segment.

      What makes the fly seem to have a narrow "waist wasp". Black fly larvae are not the same as house flies and green flies.

      Benefits of Black Soldier Fly

      The most widely benefited from the back soldier fly are their children or larvae or maggot or uget uget or maggots.

      Which later by medicine, police, restaurant, reptile and industrial poultry fish farmer farmers were obtained according to their respective fields.


      22 Causes of BSF Human Friends

      1. Safe for Humans

      Black Soldier Fly is not dangerous and safe for humans. Harmless BSF flies like house flies and green flies.

      Adult BSF has a mouth but can only be used to drink so it is not a vector of disease for humans. BSF flies do not bite or sting which makes it safe for humans.

      During his life BSF did not eat, to maintain their lives they only drank flower juice and morning dew.

      This is what makes BSF safe for humans. And that's why we rarely encounter BSF into the house.

      BSF Does Not Bring Out Disease

      Flies entering and coming home are green flies and dangerous house flies because they come to look for food and spread disease outbreaks.

      Adult larvae and BSF are not included in the category of pests or vectors. In contrast, black army fly larvae play the same role as red worms.

      Namely as decomposers of waste, waste and manure that can destroy organic substrates and restore nutrients to the soil.

      BSF Larvae are Renewable Protein Sources

      Black soldier fly larva (BSF) is a source of sustainable (renewable) protein that is very good for aqua culture, animal feed, animal and human nutrition.

      Larvae have a very large appetite that can spend twice the weight of the substrate in one day.

      Larvae can also be used to compost household leftovers, garbage stalls, market trash restaurant waste.

      Including vegetables and fruits, agricultural waste products and livestock waste including livestock manure and human waste.


      2. BSF's Mouth "Not Perfect"

      Unlike house flies, BSF has an "imperfect" part of the mouth that does not eat and can only consume fluids such as flower nectar or dew water.

      Because it doesn't eat BSF doesn't spit food along with digestive enzymes like other flies, so it doesn't spread disease.

      Black fly soldiers are not interested in coming into homes or human food. As detritivores and coprovores, female flies carrying eggs are more interested in decaying food or fertilizer.

      Black soldier fly doesn't fly as much as other flies. Black soldier fly has less energy because of their limited ability to consume food as adults.

      3. Benign BSF

      Black soldier fly is very easily captured and moved when they enter the house, because they do not avoid when caught.

      Black soldier fly sanitation (clean) and not bite or sting. The only defense instinct against predators is to fly and hide.

      To reduce the black soldier fly population can be done by turning off the pupa before they hatch into flies.

      Another way is to freeze, dry, manually feed pets, place collection containers in chicken coops for automatic feeding, or feed wild birds.

      4. Sakti BSF fly

      The sound generated by BSF can also repel other types of flies. And if there are lots of flies and bsf maggot in an area then there will be no flies and other maggots that dare to roam.

      5. Organic Waste Decomposition Agent

      In one day the BSF maggot can consume twice as much organic waste, waste or animal waste.

      This means that if we have 100 kg of bsf magot, then 200 Kg of waste will run out every day. Waste that can be decomposed is all organic waste, waste, livestock manure, and human waste.

      Examples of Maggot Feed Organic Waste

      • Market trash (vegetables and fruits)
      • Household waste
      • Food stalls
      • Restaurant rubbish
      • Hospital waste
      • Dll

      Examples of Maggot Feed Waste

      • Tofu
      • Bran
      • Onggok
      • Palm oil sludge
      • Palm oil cake
      • Pkm
      • Dll

      Examples of Maggot Feed Animal Litter

      • Chicken manure
      • Quail manure
      • Duck manure
      • Bird manure
      • Cow manure
      • Pig manure
      • Rabbit rabbit manure
      • Goat manure
      • Horse cattle manure
      • Buffalo manure
      • Dll


      6. Clean without smell

      Like cattle dung in general will cause odor. Unlike the dirt released by the bsf maggot does not cause any odor.

      Maggot droppings are very small granules like sand or the size of a maggot rectum.

      7. Can Live at PH Extrem

      BSf larvae are known to be very stubborn and have the ability to live in extrem ph. Like two-four hours of pure alcohol, salt, acids and ammonia.

      In cold temperatures or if there is no food the BSF maggot will hibernate, be dormant and dormant and will resume when the air temperature returns to normal.

      8. Rich in Nutrition and High Protein

      Magical BSF contains 40-56% crude protein, 30-36% ether extract, 15-16% ash, 4.9-5.2% calcium, and 0.61-0.64% phosphorus in dry form.

      BSf larva is rich in nutrients, complete in amino acid content and high in protein so it is very good to give as animal feed.

      Examples of Livestock Eating Maggots

      • All types of fish
      • All types of chicken
      • All types of birds
      • All kinds of ducks
      • All types of ducks
      • Bearded dragon
      • Kadal
      • Turtle
      • Etc

      9. Natural Controlled BSF Population

      The average age of BSF is only around 5-8 a day and can even reach 14 a day. During the life phase of today's flies they reproduce by mating or mating.

      After mating or marrying male black soldier fly in a matter of hours it will die. Whereas black soldier fly females will die after putting their eggs.

      10. Very Fast Larval Growth

      By providing feed in the form of waste, cohes or rubbish, small larvae that have just hatched to reach the adult phase averaged around 18 a day.

      Between that time in the second week the large body of the instar grows and grows 15.000 in size.

      This super fast growth of larvae brings advantages for maggot cultivators, which can be harvested and given to livestock in just two weeks.

      Many breeders give their magots at the age of two weeks because the texture of these larvae is not hard and is very favored by fish, poultry and reptiles.


      11. Many Egg Producers

      Female BSF can lay eggs between 185 - 1.230 eggs. These eggs are placed indirectly on top of food or waste but on top of food.

      The number of eggs is proportional to the size of an adult BSF body. Female BSF that has a large body size and wider wings has a higher tendency for eggs to be compared to flies that have smaller bodies and wings.

      After two days to four days these eggs will hatch into the 1 instar magot and grow to instar to 6 in between two to three weeks.

      In conditions where there is sufficient food and air temperature between 25-35 ° C. The size of the newly hatched potato is about 2 mm, then grows to 5 mm. and after changing the skin it grows to 1,5-2 cm.

      12. Maggot BSF Omnivores

      Maggot BSF can eat anything that is eaten by humans and can break down waste, waste and food quickly.

      This convenience makes Maggot BSF produced by many people in the world. Another convenience is the source of food and available media abundantly in our environment and can be obtained almost free.

      The ease of obtaining the maggot feed source is of course for farmers who develop it can be produced at low cost.

      13. No Need for Wide Land.

      Producing maggot especially maggot as fish and poultry feed does not require extensive land. We can use the parking lot, side and back of the house with the initial size 3x4 meter.

      Even if you are already proficient in odorless modern BSF maggot cultivation, you can cultivate it at home like a Yurie BSF friend in Kebumen city.

      For fish farmers, poultry and bsf maggot reptiles are used as animal feed, and are generally processed into feed ingredients.

      Example of Processed Maggot

      • Maggot pasta
      • Maggot flour
      • Maggot pellets
      • Chrispy Maggot
      • Maggot stick
      • Fresh Maggot
      • Frozen maggot
      • Maggot oven
      • Dll

      14. Easy and practical

      To produce BSF maggot is very easy, enough to provide waste or organic waste in the container and place it in an area that is not directly exposed to rain.

      Within days BSF maggots can be harvested and given to livestock. The method of the pane is very practical.

      Because the BSF maggot as an adult will naturally leave the waste media to go to a dark and dry place (self harvesting) to meditate and change to the pupa phase before finally hatching into an adult BSF fly.

      15. Renewable Protein Sources

      General understanding of maggot is a source of protein that can be quickly restored naturally.

      The production of maggot or maggot cultivation is a way to produce renewable proteins which are the result of a continuous production process of maggot.

      This means that BSF BSF and Maggot flies are available in nature for a very long period of time so there is no need to be confused and worry about running out of resources.

      That is why enthusiastic maggot farmers produce magot as a protein source for their fish and poultry.

      16. Calorie Height

      Maggot has high calories or an energy source that when consumed by livestock makes fish or poultry grow rapidly.

      Because the livestock activity is supported by the calories eaten from the BSF maggot. Simply stated, calories are energy that is needed by the body of fish, poultry and reptiles as well as humans.

      To be able to move and carry out bodily functions properly so that the body has a good resistance to disease attacks.

      For example, the calorie needs of catfish in general as large as 9,2 - 10,1% fat to meet these needs can be obtained from BSF maggot.

      Maggot which has fat content 29,65 (Fahmi et el, 2007). But when viewed from the age side, maggot has% different nutritional components.

      Dry Material Day (BK) Coarse Protein (PK) Coarse Fat Coarse Ash

      5 26,67 61,42 13,39 11,03

      10 37,66 44,44 14,60 8,62

      15 37,94 44,01 19,61 7,65

      20 39,20 42,07 23,94 11,36

      25 39,97 45,87 27,57 9,91

      Check first

      Seeing the fat content of maggot which is much higher than the needs of fish (for other livestock please check so that it is not excessive in feeding).

      Then it is better if the BSF maggot is used as pasta, flour, maggot pellets and so on.

      Processing these maggots into various preparations in addition to avoiding excess nutrients that are in vain and can have an adverse effect on livestock. It is also a waste.


      17. Promising Business Opportunities

      Animal feed production from year to year has grown 6,2% -8,1% in 2018 livestock feed production was closed at 19,4 million tons of feed.

      The large amount of animal feed needs makes maggot production a huge opportunity.

      The advantage for maggot cultivators is that they are very cheap and almost free, even in terms of transportation, they are also very minimal.

      Compared with animal feed, the basic ingredients are imported fish flour and high costs in the delivery of these raw materials.

      Learning Without Smell

      From various sides, maggot farmers can win, but of course to provide cheap and quality animal feed, they need to learn how to cultivate the right maggot so that it produces a lot of magot continuously.

      And it needs to be understood from the start, starting with the cultivation of maggot without smell. In order for your Maggot livestock business to be safe and comfortable not to be demoed by the community.

      For the beginning we can enter these opportunities on a small or home scale first.

      Increasing knowledge and experience certainly makes us confident for business development to the greater.

      18. Suitable Indonesian Climate

      • monsoon climate
      • Hot climate and
      • Sea climate

      With the tropical climate in Indonesia, the BSF (black soldier fly) fly can live and breed well.

      The advantage of this tropical climate is that it makes all the processes of the modern Magfot BSF without smell become:

      • Cultivating modern BSF Maggot without the smell of cheaper
      • Modern BSF maggot cultivation without easy smell
      • Modern cultivation of BSF Maggot without smell is more profitable
      • Modern bsf maggot cultivation without the smell of faster results

      Cultivating Maggots without Cheaper Smell

      The tropical climate in Indonesia helps farmers to ease the maggot production burden.

      When compared with other countries that only have two seasons. To make a BSF fly drum it takes hundreds of millions of funds with all the sophistication and lighting so that the temperature in the drum is stable.

      Whereas in Indonesia it is not necessary because the climate in Indonesia is more stable. So to make a drum with a comparison of 11-2, you don't need to spend hundreds of millions of money.

      In Indonesia to make BSF drums enough with Rp500.000-Rp600.000 money.

      Easier Odorless Maggot Cultivation

      To produce maggot, one of the factors that must be prepared is natural resources as the basic material for making maggot.

      Like organic waste, waste, livestock manure etc. All basic ingredients are very easy to get. It's easy to get basic materials to make Maggot an added advantage to starting an easy maggot business.

      And these ingredients are currently available abundantly around us. Just look at the rubbish pile on the market, on roads and in landfills.

      Not to mention waste pulp, palm oil that is thrown away by the owner. Including animal waste that is scattered and disturbing the surrounding environment.

      With the availability of maggot materials, making the maggot business easier to implement.

      More Odorless Cultivation of Odorless Maggots

      The low cost of the initial investment and the ease of obtaining maggot production materials makes the maggot business profitable.

      Because only a relatively small capital can start and the availability of raw materials that are easy to make can make production costs and business continuity more profitable.

      Faster Odorless Maggot Cultivation The Result

      The growth of maggot BSF in tropical climates is very fast compared to non-tropical countries.

      Maggot BSf in tropical climates can be harvested in just 18 a day. And BSF maggots can also be harvested when they are only one week old.

      The short time in producing maggot in a tropical climate is very helpful for farmers in providing feed quickly and cheaply.

      So that animal feed needs become more available.

      19. Carrying Capacity Is Everywhere

      To produce maggot, there are several equipment and equipment that must be provided such as BSF drum, BSF egg container, egg rack, biotong maggot enlargement etc.

      Making BSF drums do not need to use new ingredients, You can make BSF drums from waste material or unused materials such as used wood, scrap metal and bamboo at home.

      BSF cages are made as a breeding place for flies so that they do not fly everywhere. By providing BSF drums, of course the egg production can be adjusted as needed.

      Egg Container

      Containers for BSF eggs can be with basins, buckets, used gallons, panic etc. Egg eggs that are taken or harvested from BSf drums are then crushed in these containers.

      Which is then arranged in a rack to make it more organized as anticipation of predators.

      BSF Egg Rack

      BSF egg racks can be made as simple as wood, bamboo and other waste materials. Biotong as a container for enlargement of maggot in the process after the eggs hatch and then transferred to biotong enlargement.

      Biotong can be made with stacking rack systems such as making earthworm racks. Arrange up as much as 3 to 4 stacking.

      In this way the cultivation of maggot can maximize the narrow land in the garage or in the yard of a makeshift house.

      Biotong can also be made with cement materials lined up like making fish ponds but only about 30 cm in height.

      20. Free BSF brooders and eggs from nature

      BSF flies are everywhere in Indonesia. The way to provide the remaining ingredients of the kitchen in the container, the BSF breeders will come and lay eggs in the containers that have been provided.

      Apart from the rest of the kitchen there are many more that can be utilized as long as the ingredients are included in the organic category and are not toxic or contain pesticides.

      21. Green and Environmentally Friendly Fly Repellent

      BSF has a powerful voice repelling house flies and green flies. So that on the substrate media we have prepared there will be no mix and mix with house flies and green flies.

      This is very important so that our maggot farms are sterile from disease-carrying flies. No smell, safe and comfortable for those who cultivate or to the surrounding environment.


      22. Maggot BSF is a Friend of Chicken Farmers

      Maggot black soldier fly can significantly reduce E. coli 0157: H7 and Salmonella enterica found in chicken manure.

      Maggot black soldier fly quickly kills pollutants, nine organic chemicals from impurities in 24 hours.

      The Black soldier fly quickly reduces the volume and weight of prospective waste. By way of larval colonies they break down the food and create heat, increasing the evaporation of compost.

      Significant amounts are also converted to carbon dioxide which is exhaled by maggots and symbiotic / mutualistic microorganisms.

      Larvae in the compost system usually reduce the compost volume by about 50%. And it can reach 90% with BSF Modern Without Bau cultivation method with Yurie BSF.

      Distribution of BSF Flies

      This species originally originated from neotropical ecotone, but in recent decades it has spread across all continents, becoming almost cosmopolitan.

      BSF is present in most of Europe, including the Iberian Peninsula, southern France, Italy, Croatia, Malta, the Canary Islands and Switzerland.

      BSF can also be found in Afrotropic ekozon, ekozon Australasia, eastern Palaearctic ecozon, Nearctic ecozon, North Africa, and Ekozon Indomalayan sphere.

      BSF Life Cycle

      Adult female flies lay eggs between 185-1.235 eggs at once. These eggs are usually stored in cracks or on the surface above or adjacent to organic materials such as manure or compost and hatching in about 2-4 days.

      The newly hatched larvae are 0,04 inches (1 mm) in length, capable of reaching 1 inches (27 mm) long and 0,10 up to 0,22 g at the end of the larval stage.

      The larval stage lasts around 18-22 days, where the prepupa stage lasts about 7 days. The length of the larval stage can be delayed and extended within a few months at low temperatures or lack of food.

      BSF drinks

      The cocoon stage lasts from 1 to 2 weeks. Adult flies can live between 5 - 8 days when given honey or java sugar when in captivity or their favorite drink is nectar in the wild.

      Adult flies live with fat reserves collected during the larval stage.

      The BSF fly has a perfect morphosis in regenerating its existence. Perfect metamorphosis is the life cycle or life cycle of animals that experience stages of 4 in their lives.

      In one life cycle BSF takes between 40-44 days. The time period depends on factors such as temperature of care and food.

      The BSF fly is unique because in its life cycle there are more phases, namely 5 phase as follows:


      BSF Flies Phase

      • Flies Phase
      • Egg phase
      • Larval phase
      • Prepupa phase
      • Pupa phase

      Adult / Imago Fly Phase

      The phase of the adult fly or imago is the stage after the pupa process hatches out of its shell. In this imago phase BSF flies do not eat and only drink during their lifetime.

      Young BSF flies that have just hatched and come out of their shells and only within 12 hours will slowly grow into adult flies.

      The newly hatched flies will come out of the cocoon sheath and fly to and fro to find sources of sunlight and drink.

      The age of a bsf adult fly is very short, which is between 5-8 days, this is influenced by the factors of climate, humidity and source of drinks.

      After an instinctively mature adult BSF fly will mating or mating. BSF flies have the ability to operate effectively and only in a short time.

      BSF favorite drink

      BSF's favorite drink is morning dew and flowering plant honey extract. In a captive cage we can also give Java sugar as a substitute for honey.

      You do this by spraying the liquid throughout the drum.

      In the process of mating or mating the male parent will approach the female. In the process of approaching the female BSF genitals are rotated to a certain level and are temporary.

      The position of the male fly is initially flying and alighting on the female's body, they are facing in the same direction, but in a few seconds then reversing and opposite each other.

      Optimal temperature

      In this phase of the fly temperature becomes a factor that plays an important role is temperature. The optimal temperature for BSF flies is at the temperature of 30 ° C.

      Although BSF does not need food during its lifetime, it must still be given a drink. Treatment by giving a drink in the form of honey in flies will increase egg production.

      Giving honey or water or Javanese sugar water gives the effect of increasing the age of flies.

      And it can be seen in the number of days of extension of fly life and number of days of laying eggs for flies.


      Number of Days of Extension of Flies Age

      • The 10-11 day is the peak day of BSF death given honey
      • The 5-8 day is the peak day of BSF death given drinking water

      Number of days for laying fly eggs

      • The 5 day is the peak day of laying eggs in flies that are given honey
      • The 7 day is the peak day of laying eggs in flies that are given drinking water

      The time between 10-30 minutes is a female BSF to put the eggs. With an average number between 546-1.505 items.

      The mass of BSF eggs between 16,2-18,9 mg and weight per egg between 0,027-0,032 mg. The peak time is usually laying eggs between 11.00-15.00.

      Female BSF flies lay eggs only once, and die several hours later.

      More BSF Female Females

      Large BSF female flies usually produce more eggs compared to female flies that are smaller in size.

      The ideal laying power of BSF flies occurs in the humidity between 55-60%.

      Adult flies will mate and oviposition at 24 ° C (75 ° F) to 40 ° C (104 ° F) or more. About 99,6% oviposition in the field occurs at 27,5-37,5 ° C (81,5-99,5 ° F).

      Quartz-iodine lamps have been used successfully to stimulate the mating of adult flies. In tropical conditions, enough direct sunlight in the morning and afternoon will stimulate BSF to mate and lay eggs.

      Whereas indirect sunlight is preferably BSF before and after mating.

      Ideal humidity

      Humidity at 70% is considered optimal for all stages of its life cycle. The substrate is apparently not needed for cocoons, but the substrate is considered to act as a regulator of moisture which prevents drying.

      93% level of fly hatching when moisture is maintained at 70%.

      Black army fly larvae can be eaten by humans. Larvae are very efficient in changing proteins, containing up to 56 protein, rich in calcium and complete amino acids.

      In 432 hours, 1 of black army fly eggs change to 2,4 kg of protein, which means more than 45.000 eggs in 1 g eggs. Thus, they can be a source of protein for human consumption.

      They do not produce protein, but changing proteins that are not consumed by humans becomes edible food.

      The characteristic maggot taste smells a bit like cooked potatoes.

      BSF Egg Phase

      The egg phase takes place in 2 - 4 days. The time difference that occurs is caused by the temperature and humidity around the egg's environment.

      Usually female BSF flies will put their eggs in a damp place and with abundant organic material as a form of love for their children when they hatch later their children are not "poor" and starving.

      Examples of locations where BSF eggs are placed by the BSF parent

      • Trash can
      • Cattle pen
      • Waste dumps

      In the egg phase, a female BSF fly will produce as many eggs as between 185 - 1.235 eggs or often called a cluster.

      The shape of the BSF egg is oval with a length of about 0,7mm, when it is initially placed by the female parent, these eggs are clear white.

      And then slowly the color turns golden yellow. To distinguish eggs that have hatched or not, the method is to check or see BSF eggs.

      If the color changes to slightly reddish (orange) and the shape of the egg arrangement is no longer neat or messy.

      So we can be sure the eggs have hatched and turned into larvae or maggots or magots or uget-uget.

      Media for incubating BSF eggs can be any organic material such as garbage, waste and manure.

      Larva phase

      BSF larvae are widely used to make compost or convert waste into animal feed. Prepupae harvested are given as poultry feed, fish, pigs, lizards, turtles, bearded dragons and even dogs.

      BSF larvae are one of the most efficient animals in converting feed into biomass. In addition to protein production, fly larvae also produce other valuable resources called frass (kasgot / used maggot).

      Kasgot is a grain and odorless residue that can be used as organic fertilizer. BSF larvae before entering the adult phase (prepupa) through six instars.

      (The discussion in this information is simplified into three stages to help facilitate understanding and ease in your practice).

      Where in the prepupa phase the larvae no longer eat, and empty their stomach contents, their mouth parts turn into hooks used for climbing.

      • First instar phase
      • Second and instar phase
      • Third instar phase

      Instar Phase I

      At this first instar stage small larvae will move actively towards the food source. This first Instar phase of larvae desperately needs large amounts of food as an ingredient for its growth process.

      After the 1 - 2 day intervals, the first instar phase will be released from the skin and enter the second instar phase.

      Instar Phase II

      In the second instar phase, larvae now have a larger size which is around 4-5mm, with the same characteristics as the first phase instar but has a mouth that is larger than the first instar phase.

      Seen in the part of the anterior spiracle which has a small lump. And going to peel again becomes the third instar phase that will become more visible.

      Instar Phase III

      In the third instar phase, the larvae are between 15mm or more dependent than the feed provided (available).

      The third instar phase of larvae already has cuticles and is actively moving to find a moist place and protected from rainfall and direct sunlight to then grow into pupa or cocoon.

      The prepupa migration instinct which is then used by the maggot cultivator to self-harvest the prepupa itself.

      Automatic harvesting method by providing a biotong container that has a sloping path or it can also provide a ladder which allows the prepupa to rise from the biotong and fall into the collection area.

      The optimal temperature for larvae to grow rapidly is 30 ° C.

      Maggot black soldier fly is quite strong and can withstand more acidic and high temperature conditions than worms. Black soldier fly larvae can survive in winter.

      And the black soldier fly larvae will run away if the population is too dense, and excessive heat is generated by microorganisms in trash cans or compost piles.

      Prepupa phase

      In the prepupa phase, larvae have more complete tissue growing into more mature tissue.

      At this stage it lasts around 7 days but is also influenced by the temperature in each location. The temperature is between 26-33 ° C.

      In the prepupa phase the larvae of the body color of the larvae turn black. Color changes in larvae as a sign of larvae are mature and ready to turn into pupa or cocoon.

      The female BSF larvae in their growth are in the substrate or medium longer than the male larvae.

      More Weight for Female Larvae

      And female larvae weigh more when compared to male larvae. In the prepupa phase the prepupa larva naturally leaves the media.

      Look for a place where the valley is protected from direct sunlight and rainfall.

      The prepupa dialam can be easily found in piles of leaves, tiled piles, piles of animal manure, palm oil sludge piles and so on.

      This is done to avoid predators such as chickens, fish, birds, ducks, dogs, mice and so on.

      For these animals (predator) prepupa like beef which is delicious and high in protein. This preparation in daily life by the community is often referred to as seeds or broods.

      If you have difficulty getting prepupa from nature. The alternative is to buy from maggot cultivators.

      Prepupa quality is not the same

      Maggot is an omnivorous animal, which means eating anything as long as it is in the organic category.

      Giving food or feed to the larvae since hatching to grow into a prepupa greatly influences the quality of the prepupa.

      Moreover, those preparations will be used for the purpose of being breeders to be cultivated again.

      If the feed given is only in the form of garbage or livestock manure or bran, of course this type of prepupa will be of low quality as an infusion.

      This type of prepupa is only good if used as maggot processed material. Not for sires that will be used for re-cultivation.

      Feed Management

      Provision of raw and non-patterned feed will make the prepupa suffer from nutrient deficiencies and can be used as sires.

      Maggot cultivators who do not understand and provide makeshift feed and sell it as brooders will be detrimental.

      Actually this is because they don't understand. and only oriented to reduce the cost of care until the merchandise is sold.

      But for those of you who want to develop and cultivate BSF, it is not recommended to start maggot cultivation by buying careless seeds.

      Because the brood you will buy is cultivated again. Maggot cultivation which is oriented to selling the products of Maggot cattle must understand how to cultivate professionally.

      Because basically Maggot has the character "gut load".

      What is a Gut Load?

      Gut load is the process by which animals are raised and fed nutritious food in order to provide these nutrients to animals that are prey to them.

      This term is most often used in connection with the preparation of maggot which is used as a brood for re-cultivation.

      Maggots that are commercially raised for the pet trade must have complete nutritional value.

      By giving high-quality food larvae before being made into broodstock, the prepupa will have good quality as a broodstock. Vice versa.

      Gut load is usually done by providing fruits, vegetables, and cereals or artificial diets that are nutritionally complete.

      Some commercial products are available and reinforced specifically for gut loads such as triple M or Magic Media Maggot.

      Triple M or 3 M products already have a combination of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber.

      Pupa Phase

      In the pupa or cocoon phase, is the phase where the best pupae are nutritional. Female pupa (cocoon) weighs between 10% -15% heavier than males.

      They can be stored at room temperature for several weeks, and if you want to extend the life of the pupa, you can store them at a temperature of 10-16 ° C.

      How to incubate a maggot or pupa brood can be prepared in a container and given the media as a blanket.

      The following is a comparison of the five substrates used as pupa blankets. ie not using substrate, sand, soil humus, sawdust.

      Pupa with soil and sawdust substrate is faster than ground or sawdust. The fastest hatch is a pupa that is not given a blanket (substrate)

      Vital Records

      • Temperature, optimal BSF fly life cycle between 8-11 days and 29-30 ° C. Maximum egg development at temperatures above 30 ° C.
      • Feed, Amount and development of fly eggs are greatly influenced by the quality of feed given. The more nutrient content in feed, the greater the BSF Lalt. Vice versa. Malnourished maggots will fail to hatch or a common result is very little eggs
      • Light, light intensity is important for the development of BSF flies. BSF likes bright places
      • Media, Media with high nutrient content is directly proportional to the quality of maggot. The best media such as triple M (maggot media magic), palm oil cake (PKM).

      Different BSF Male and BSF Female

      • Male body flies are smaller
      • Male wing flies are shorter
      • Male abdomen 3 abdominal segment, and 6 in females
      • The abdomen is a blunt male and a pointed female
      • Males have no female comb sex

      Maggot Cultivation Problems


      1. Smell

      The main difficulty in building BSF cultivation is BAU. Pay attention to the right and correct cultivation methods from the beginning.

      If your maggot cultivation smells, this is a big problem. Besides being uncomfortable because the smell can also invite predators and pests such as rats, green flies, cockroaches, snakes.

      In addition to the pest, the biggest threat to maggot cultivation is family and environmental demonstrations. There have been many maggot farmers who have been forced to close because of the odor caused by their maggot farms.

      2. Little Results

      The other biggest problems are the low yield of the pane and not guaranteed continuous availability.

      The rotation of the maggot production cycle needs to provide BSF larvae or eggs that continue to be available.

      The solution is to build BSF maggot colonies from nature as a continuous supply of eggs by fishing them using a tool such as biotong.

      To lure BSF lay eggs can use pieces of cardboard, dried banana leaves or infra board for sale at bookstores or photocopies.

      Black soldier fly can breed well throughout the year in tropical or subtropical climates, but in other climates, greenhouses are needed to get eggs in cooler periods.

      So we are in Indonesia if we are creative and diligent, we don't need to worry about this problem.

      3. Wrong choice

      Wrong in choosing the type of fly and maggot. Many cultivated maggots are green flies. This must be fixed immediately.

      Because flies that are supposed to be cultivated are from the black soldier fly instead of green flies that carry out epidemics.

      If forced to buy seeds, buy superior BSF maggot seeds so that the results are satisfactory. Buy superior maggot seeds for a lifetime.

      If you buy seeds at random the results are not guaranteed and eventually you have to buy and buy again.

      We Are Not Bruce Lee

      Don't buy BSF eggs that are sold in grams. You need to know BSF eggs sold per gram means that you are buying broken eggs because they are "scraped" from their place of origin.

      BSF eggs that are scraped will be broken. So you buy broken eggs and won't hatch.

      Not to mention when packing these eggs stacked carelessly which results in BSF eggs breaking and won't hatch.

      The seller of bsf kerok eggs seems to be more expert than the legendary Bruce Lee who can scrape eggs without any broken.

      The solution is to buy BSF eggs per "cluster" which is still intact exactly as the position of the fly sires put their eggs.

      This is to ensure that the eggs are intact and not broken so that the whole egg is purchased instead of broken eggs.

      4. Wrong Formula

      Is the right feed application with the target of saving 83%.

      To achieve this, we need to learn how to process maggot into processed fish and poultry feed that is the right formula.

      5. Confused Marketing Maggot

      Where do you want to sell the maggot-maggot when the supply of food for yourself has been fulfilled. Where do you want to sell the maggot?

      The solution to this problem is actually easy, you just need to multiply the fish or poultry business.

      But if you can't because of certain reasons, then you have to start thinking about where to sell the maggot?

      The solution is easy, sell your maggot to Yurie BSF, you currently receive maggot at a price of Rp7.000 per kg.

      This price is quite high above the market which is only around Rp4.000-Rp5.000 per kg.

      Yurie BSF buys at a high price for your maggot because we need it to be processed into animal feed and distributed to more than 99 cities in Indonesia.

      If you are interested in practicing directly at the nearest mggot farm in your city, you can check the address on this site or call directly to Ms. Yurie on 0812-2105-2808.

      6. Do not develop

      Development of maggot business ventures. Naturally, if at first you only think about producing maggot.

      For the beginning, it only aims to reduce the cost of animal feed. As time goes on, your skills will increase and more and more maggot crops will also be harvested.

      For some people, of course, they need help to continue to grow. Therefore Yurie BSF comes with a program of granting assistance to all Yurie BSF friends of Rp100.000.000 per person and of course tailored to business needs.

      The requirement to get this funding is that you have to diligently sell maggot to Yurie BSF. This donation must be returned by sending your maggot-maggot to Yurie BSF.

      The amount of the refund is not subject to interest at all. We do not accept RIBA. Whatever the value of the assistance we provide, there are no administrative deductions.

      Then you also pay that value with Maggot.

      7. Undirected

      Field supervisor who ensures your maggot cultivation is successful. Field guidance is very important because the problems you face everyday are only "similar" to the problems of farmers in other places.

      This is where the DUTA YURIE BSF program plays on your farm. Provide direct guidance in accordance with the situation and conditions.

      With this Yurie BSF ambassador program, you will never be alone. FOR WE SUCCESSFULLY TOGETHER by taking lessons the more we are grateful to help others then success must come over.

      8. There is no guarantor

      What we mean is guidance until the cultivation of maggot you succeed is really to succeed.

      Thousands of Yurie BSF friends since they knew 2007 are still under Yurie BSF. NO ADDITIONAL ONE RUPIAH FEES.

      Isn't it a loss?

      Yes no, our principle is success together. If Yurie's best friend is really successful then the maggot results will be sold to Yurie BSF. It means we need each other.

      9. Narrow Market

      How can you provide animal feed and become part of the national market? 2019 animal feed needs are estimated to be more than 20-21 million tons of animal feed. A very lucrative business opportunity.

      As a friend of Yurie BSF, you automatically become a member of KOPERASI MAGGOT INDONESIA.

      The Indonesian Maggot Cooperative belongs to the Indonesian nation, as an official forum for maggot buying and selling and other business development.

      You will enjoy the benefits of sharing the remaining proceeds of the Indonesian maggot cooperative business.

      Maggot and Earthworm

      Worm farmers often get larvae in the place of their worms. Larvae are the best at turning "highly nutritious" waste into animal feed.

      Worms are better at converting high cellulose materials (paper, cardboard, leaves, plant material except wood) into very good soil amendments.

      Earthworms grow well on residues produced by fly larvae, but leachate fluids contain enzymes and tend to be too acidic for worms.

      Different Needs

      Larval activity can maintain temperatures around 37 ° C (100 ° F), while worms need cooler temperatures.

      Most of the efforts to increase the large number of larvae with worms in the same container, at the same time were unsuccessful.

      Worms can survive under garbage when the bottom is soil. Worms can live in a waste basket when a large number of larvae do not exist.

      Worms can be added if the larval population is getting lower (in winter) and worms can be raised in a waste basket while waiting for eggs from wild black army flies.

      As a feed, BSF larvae are not known as intermediary hosts for parasitic worms that infect birds, while red worms are hosts for many livestock.

      BSF Maggot Disease

      In West Africa, Dirhinus giffardii has been found as a parasitoid from pupa H. illucens and decreases egg production.

      Which results in reducing stock up to 72%. These parasites are carried by wasps and precautionary measures must be taken to protect the larval enlargement area from wasp attacks.

      How to Cultivate Maggot

      There are many ways to cultivate maggot. Various media can be used to produce maggots such as garbage, waste and manure.

      Any media that is used, choose media that is easy to get and "almost free".

      It is not recommended to use media by buying such as using bran.

      Cultivation of bran media maggot in addition to expensive quality maggot produced is also low. Because the nutrient content in bran is low.

      Kinds of Maggot Cultivation Media

      • Cultivation of Maggot Livestock Dirt Media
      • Cultivating Waste Media Maggot
      • Cultivating Waste Media Maggot


      Livestock Maggot Cultivation

      One way to cultivate maggot is by using livestock manure.

      Maggot cultivation with livestock manure is a good way to produce large quantities of maggot at low cost.

      What livestock manure can be used as a medium for cultivation of maggot.

      In principle, all livestock manure can be used as maggot cultivation media. So there is no reason to buy maggot substrate cultivation media.

      Examples of manure for maggot cultivation media

      • Goat Manure
      • Chicken manure
      • Duck dung
      • Cow dung
      • Quail Poop
      • Pig manure
      • Horse Manure
      • Buffalo Manure

      Cultivating Waste Media Maggot

      Maggot cultivation with media originating from tofu pulp mill waste, or palm waste is highly recommended because in addition to producing good quality maggots.

      As well as being a solution to pollution of tofu waste which is thrown into the river.

      Likewise with palm oil waste that has not been utilized and thrown away in the oil palm plantation area. Though oil palm mud is very good as a maggot cultivation medium.

      Examples of waste for maggot cultivation media

      • Tofu waste
      • Bran
      • Bran
      • Palm Oil Cake
      • Palm Mud

      Cultivating Waste Media Maggot

      Organic waste is a current environmental problem, and is piling up everywhere. Can be a medium for maggot cultivation.

      Maggot cultivation with waste media is highly recommended because the results are good and unwittingly helps in resolving waste problems.

      The problem of garbage is a world problem, not only in Indonesia.

      It becomes a very proud thing if we are one of the small parts to help solve this garbage problem by utilizing these waste into media in maggot cultivation.

      Examples of waste for maggot cultivation media

      • Market Waste
      • Household waste
      • Restaurant Waste
      • Hospital Waste

      Maggot Derivative Products

      In the cultivation of maggot at least we will produce derivative products in the form of

      • Bekas Maggot (KasGot)
      • Maggot and Processed
      • Liquid Organic Fertilizer
      • Solid Fertilizer

      Bekas Maggot (KasGot)

      KasGot (maggot former) is a small-sized (like sand) dirt from maggot the size of the maggot anal opening KasGot comes from organic feed which is eaten by maggot and thrown through the maggot rectum.

      This process is called vermicomposting. The quality of the crib is very dependent on the maggot maintenance pattern. Kasgot does not depend on the type of organic material that it consumes.

      Kasgot contains macro and micro nutrients as well as vitamins. Kasgot is very good for improving soil nutrients, growth and production of fruit plants and leaves.

      Kasgot fertilizer contains auxin which functions to stimulate the growth of plant roots. And this is good news for farmers because it has been proven to be more effective in improving the quality of production of leaf and fruit plants.

      Kasgot is rich in elements of Hara

      Kasgot produced from the metabolic process of the body maggot or vermicompost is very rich in nutrients needed for soil fertility.

      Kasgot contains complete nutrients (macro and micro chemistry). In the kasgot process, it has undergone twice the decomposition process of organic matter.

      First, the important process of bacteria before eating maggot. Second, the process by maggot itself, which is when organic matter is in the stomach of maggot.

      Which then undergoes decomposition through metabolic processes. Therefore, maggot is known as a bio degradable engine.

      Plant stimulants

      The chemical elements in the cassava are ready to be absorbed by plants and cassava which contain microbes and plant growth stimulating hormones, so they can help in plant growth quickly

      The large number of microbes in the cassava acts to accelerate the release of nutrients into the forms needed by plants.

      Comparison of N, P, K POC KasGot (Used Maggot)


      Types of Manure

      Content N

      Content P

      Content K

      1 Kasgot 1,50 4,11 1,22
      2 Kascing 1,38 4,23 1,22
      3 Cow dung 0,96 0,68 1,68
      4 Horse Manure 0,49 0,73 0,83
      5 Chicken manure 2,72 6,32 2,03
      6 Duck droppings 0,84 1,81 0,42
      7 Goat Manure 0,61 0,31 0,18
      8 Pig manure 1,24 1,83 0,74

      Kasgot Organic Fertilizer Content

      Nutrient content of maggot is dependent on the feed source given to maggot.

      The more diverse the feed, the more diverse the nutritional elements in kasgot. But in general the nutrient content of the kasgot is as follows:

      • Nitrogen (N) 0,63%
      • Phosphorus (P) 0,35%
      • Potassium (K) 0,20%
      • Calcium (Ca) 0,23%
      • Magnesium (Mg) 0,26%
      • Sodium (Na) 0,07%
      • Copper (Cu) 17,58%
      • Zinc (Zn) 0,007%
      • Manganium (Mn) 0,003%
      • Iron (Fe) 0,79%
      • Boron (B) 0,21%
      • Molybdenum (Mo) 14,48%
      • TK 35,80 meg / 100mg
      • 41,23% and water saving capacity
      • 13,88% humus acid

      Benefits of Kasgot Fertilizer

      It's cheap because the ingredients that make kasgot fertilizer are organic ingredients that are around us.

      Cashmere fertilizer does not damage the soil because it is free of chemicals. This makes cassava fertilizer can be used continuously and does not cause negative side effects for soil or plants.

      Kasgot Fertilizer Loss

      The effectiveness of plants is not as fast as inorganic fertilizers. Because cassava fertilizer is made naturally.

      Benefits of Kasgot Fertilizer

      Helps vegetative and generative plant growth for ornamental plants, vegetables and fruits. Helps improve the appearance of plants to be more exotic.

      Flower color, texture and posture are better. Kasgot is very good as a mixture of growing media in the nursery.

      Contains hormones to improve soil physical, chemical and biological properties. Safe to use in the long term because without chemicals.

      Dosage for Use of Kasgot Fertilizers

      Kasgot fertilizer for pot 1kg cassava mixed with 3kg soil, while for large land 6-10 kg kasgot every 10m2


      The size of the cassava depends on the type of plant and the level of fertility of the soil to be fertilized.

      Liquid Maggot Organic Fertilizer

      The advantage of maggot liquid organic fertilizer (POC) is that it has more nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and water content, contains growth stimulants and can prevent the arrival of various plant pests.

      The nature and characteristics of liquid organic fertilizer

      Maggot liquid organic fertilizer should be in addition. Because the kasgot will be stored for longer in the media, use a solid kasgot.

      While the nutrition of liquid maggot organic fertilizer is more susceptible to water erosion and evaporates.

      But there are distinct advantages when using POC maggot which is easier to digest by leaves and fruit plants and serves as a stimulator for fruit and seed growth.

      Especially when the leaves and fruit begin to germinate. Maggot POC is good because it can be absorbed directly through the stomata or pores.

      Giving POC Maggot must pay attention to the dosage so as not to overdose and cause death in plants.

      Plants on average can absorb nutrients no more than 2% per day.

      Dosage for use of POC Maggot

      Add POC with clean water. After mixing the new water spray, the concentration is not more than 2% or for every 1 liter of POC maggot mixed with 100 liters of water.

      Spray during phase changes from vegetative to generative which produce fruit, seeds or tubers.

      Schedule the administration of POC maggot once a week during the dry season. When the season starts, spray every 3 once a day because the POC is wasted by rain water.


      The dose of POC maggot must be adjusted to the type of plant to be given POC maggot.

      Processing Maggot

      The yield in the form of prepupa or maggot larvae should be processed first into various preparations.

      This in addition to maximizing the yield can also be stored for a longer time. And used when needed.

      Example of Processed Maggot

      • Chrispy Maggot
      • Fresh Maggot
      • Frozen Maggot
      • Maggot Oven
      • Pasta Maggot
      • Maggot Pellets
      • Maggot Stick
      • Maggot Flour

      Maggot Animal Feed

      Can Maggot be used for animal feed? One of the nutrients in maggot is protein,

      And this protein is needed by all livestock and even humans. So what animals can be given maggot. The answer is all livestock that need animal protein.

      It's just that the levels of protein needed by each animal are different. Therefore the solution is to process maggot into various preparations first.

      Which protein levels are regulated according to the needs of livestock.

      Maggot is good for bird feed

      • Anis Kembang Bird
      • Anis Merah Bird
      • Brutus birds
      • Bird of Sandalwood
      • Ciblek Bird
      • Ciploh Bird
      • Burung Cucak Ijo
      • Bird Cucak Beard
      • Sparrow
      • Starling
      • Kacer Bird
      • Canaries
      • Birds Chirping Cucak Swamp
      • Bird Chirping Starling Suren
      • Hummingbird Ninja
      • Love birds
      • Murai Batu Bird
      • Burung Panca Warna
      • Woodpecker
      • Pleci
      • Tledekan
      • Trucukan bird

      Maggot is good for Bangkok chicken feed

      • Chicken Slob
      • Chicken Jali
      • Chicken Jragem
      • Klawu Chicken
      • Mathai Chicken
      • Ayam Pakhoy
      • White Chicken
      • Wangkas Chicken
      • Wido Chicken or Jalak
      • Ayam Wiring

      Maggot Good For Ornamental Chicken Animal Feed

      • Ameraucana Chicken
      • Balenggek Chicken
      • Ayam Batik (Sebright)
      • Bekisar Chicken
      • Brahma Chicken
      • Cemani Chicken
      • Cochin Chicken
      • Green Forest Chicken
      • Gray Forest Chicken
      • Red Forest Chicken
      • Sri Lanka Forest Chicken
      • Turkey
      • Cotton Chicken (Silkie Hen)
      • Short-legged Bantam chicken
      • Laughing Chicken
      • Ayam Modern Game Bantam
      • Naked Neck Chicken
      • Ayam Nunukan
      • Onagodari Chicken
      • Orpington Chicken
      • Phoenix Chicken
      • Plymouth Rock Chicken
      • Polish Chicken or Poland
      • Randah Batu Chicken
      • Rosecomb Chicken
      • Serama Chicken
      • Sumatra Chicken

      Maggot Good for Kampung Chicken Animal Feed

      • Arabic chicken
      • Balinese chicken
      • Bangkok Chicken
      • Chicken Ciparage
      • Chicken Gaok
      • Dan Jantun Chicken
      • Chicken Kalosi
      • Kampong chicken
      • Kedu Chicken
      • Laughing Chicken
      • Chicken Kinantan
      • Ayam Maleo
      • Merawang Chicken
      • Ayam Nunukan
      • Chicken Pelung
      • Sedayu Chicken
      • Sentul Chicken

      Good Maggot for Broiler Animal Feed

      • Chicken Bresse
      • Chicken Brown Leghorn
      • Buckeye Chicken
      • Chicken Chantecler
      • Chicken Cornish Cross
      • Egyptian Fayoumi chicken
      • Chicken Freedom Rangers
      • Giant Jersey Chicken
      • Orpington Chicken
      • Chicken Turken (Naked Neck)

      Maggot is good for layer chicken feed

      • Ancona Chicken
      • Barnevelder Chicken
      • Chicken Buff Orpington
      • Hamburg Chicken
      • Hybrid chicken
      • Leghorn Chicken
      • Maran Chicken
      • Chicken Plymouth Rock / Barred Rock
      • Rhode Island Red Chicken
      • Sussex Chicken

      Maggot Good For Catfish Feeding

      • Dumbo Catfish Livestock
      • Local Catfish
      • Masamo Catfish
      • Pearl Catfish Livestock
      • Python Catfish
      • Sangkuriang Catfish Livestock

      Maggot is good for tilapia feed

      • Nila Cangkringan
      • Nila Larasati
      • Indigo Jica
      • Nila Best
      • Nila Citralada
      • Nila Gesit
      • Please Gift
      • Black Tilapia 69
      • Nila Nifi
      • Nila Nirvana

      Good Maggot for Feed of Cork Cattle

      • Cork Channa Barca
      • Cork Channa Bleheri
      • Cork Channa Diplogramma
      • Cork Channa Micropeltes
      • Cork Channa Pleuro

      Maggot Good For Duck Animal Feed

      • Magelang Local Duck Cattle
      • Tegal Local Duck Cattle
      • Peking Duck
      • Albino Duck Cattle
      • Tiktok Duck Cattle
      • Alabio Duck Cattle
      • Bali Duck
      • Mojosari female duck cattle
      • Buff Duck Duck Cattle
      • Cirebon Duck Or Rambon
      • Indian Runner Duck
      • Khaki Champbell Duck Cattle
      • Magelang Duck
      • Tegal Duck Cattle

      Maggot Good For Reptile Animal Feed

      • Snake
      • Bearded Dragon
      • Leopard Geckos
      • Turtle

      Maggot Good For Arowana Animal Feed

      Maggot Good For Koi Animal Feed

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