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1 – The mixed ingredients (rabbit chow and rabbit faeces) are saturated with water and spread out evenly in a shallow tray; 2 – Trays loaded with the food ingredients are placed on racks in a custom-made composting cabinet and the cabinet door is sealed shut; 3 – After two weeks of composting, the door of the cabinet is removed and the finished larval food is air dried for two or three days; 4 – Composted and dried larva food ready for grinding; 5 – Ground larva food ready for use or storage; 6 – light-coloured food on left = not good; dark-coloured food on right = good. (Photos 1-5 by Tobin Rowland; photo 6 by Claudio Meneses).
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