Our R&D EntoFarm was ready for farming and processing of crickets already by 2018 where the main purpose was to do full-scale tests of cricket breeding in different circumstances where we have tried out different sizes of breeding boxes, shelters, temperatures, relative humidity levels and other environmental aspects to find the best and most cost-efficient way to breed crickets.
These tests were done for 12 months which gave us indispensable findings and results that we are bringing with us to the next generation of our EntoFarm.
The crickets and end products produced in our R&D EntoFarm was sold to mainly the EU, Japan and Thailand.
The learning and development from our R&D EntoFarm will now be used to scale up to the next generation – the EntoFarm, capable of at least 40 tonnes of dry products per year, to be constructed in 2022.
Have a look inside our R&D EntoFarm through this link https://youtu.be/Ue3QqwWYZ6I