Black Soldier Fly Larvae for Chickens

We are so excited to include Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSFL) in our product range. Chickens, birds, reptiles and fish all go crazy for Black Soldier Fly Larvae!

This tasty treat is rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. BSFL are full of amino acids, which are building blocks for growth and essential for egg production.

Improve the health and performance of your birds by adding Black Soldier Fly Larvae to their diet!

Dine a Chook Black Soldier Fly Larvae are Australian made

As a family-owned Australian business, we care about supporting other Australian businesses. That is why all of our Feeders and Drinkers are manufactured here, in Queensland.

Our Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae are also produced in Australia. That means they support the local economy and have low food miles.

BSFL are good for your chooks and the environment. As well as low food miles, they are raised on clean food waste, keeping it out of landfill.

What are Black Soldier Fly Larvae?

Black Soldier Flies (Hermetia illucens) are common throughout Australia. They are a small, black fly that is often mistaken for a wasp.

Soldier Flies lay their eggs in breaking down organic matter. The larvae are often found in compost piles, where they help to speed up the composting process.

Black Soldier Fly Larvae are a natural protein source for many animals, including:

  • Chickens, ducks and poultry
  • Birds
  • Lizards, turtles and reptiles
  • Fish
  • Amphibians
  • Spiders
  • Small, omnivorous mammals

Why we recommend Black Soldier Fly Larvae for chickens and pets

We love Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae. And so do our chooks!

BSFL are:

  • 100 % natural and free from any preservatives or additives
  • Gently oven-dried to preserve maximum nutrition
  • Australian made

Plus they process clean, pre-consumer food waste, keeping it out of landfill and reducing greenhouse gas production!

Try Dine a Chook Dried Black Soldier Fly Larvae with your chooks or pets today!

Read about the environmental benefits of Black Soldier Fly Larvae on our blog.

Find out how to rehydrate BSFL.

Happy Chicken Keeping!

Rachael at Dine a Chook