In addition to this, breeding crickets and other feeder insects has a steep learning curve which can end in disaster if you don’t have the right information. Below we discuss the most common mistakes made by feeder insect breeders, and how to avoid them:
Prevent Devastating Pests, Increase Profits, and Work Smarter Not Harder
If you want to produce feeder insects for profit, the reality is that your clients will expect healthy insects that are produced consistently and at a low price. To compete with other feeder insect breeders, you need to know how to breed insects efficiently.
Learning to Breed Feeder Insects Efficiently and Increase Profitability
It can take many years to learn how to breed insects efficiently, learn how to avoid the pitfalls and increase your profit. Fortunately, at Wildlife Hub we have already done this for you so that you don’t have to learn from the “school of hard knocks”.
Our information will provide you with a tried and proven method to build your business. For more details on our feeder insect breeding books and video series Click here.
Free Cricket Breeding Course
For more information on how to breed crickets, get your free 9 lesson today. This training course has videos and lots of useful information which covers:
- How a conventional cricket breeding system works
- How our proprietary cricket breeding system works
- Cricket biology
- Container design
- Feeding, gut loading
- Pest management and lots more…
The Worlds most Comprehensive Cricket Breeding Guide
With around 160 pages and 240 color photos our insect breeding book series set the benchmark for insect breeding. To see why our book is the most comprehensive book you can buy on the topic, Click Here. We also include a free book sample to show you the contents page and start of the book.
Why not Turn an Expense Into Income?
For Information and advice on commercial production, Click Here. We have been breeding insects to Zoos, Wildlife carers, pet stores and the public for over 14 years.
We can show you how to build a profitable insect business. See below how you can follow our latest project converting a 20 foot caravan into a profitable insect business.