Canadian City Opens Insect Farm To Create Livestock Feed

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An insect farm that will create “sustainable” livestock feed is opening in the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan later this month.   

NRGene Canada, an agricultural technology firm, announced the opening of its North American Insect Centre on July 30th. The company says its goal is to create livestock feed using insect protein from black soldier flies.

In a June 18 press release the company stated: NRGene Canada, NRGene’s Canadian subsidiary, proudly announces the opening of the North American Insect Center (NAIC)”

The statement continued: “This research center for collaborative innovation was established together with the Swiss technology group Bühler marking a significant milestone in the advancement of insect protein production in North America”

LifeSite News reports: According to a later press release, the insects are ideal for livestock feed since the flies can “convert food and agricultural waste into high-quality protein, oil, and fertilizer at a record speed.” 

NRGene further asserts that the “larvae are a rich source of essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.”

Dr. Masood Rizvi, General Manager of NRGene Canada, celebrated the move saying, “The establishment of the NAIC in Saskatchewan is a testament to our commitment to driving innovation in the insect protein industry.”  

“This facility will position Saskatchewan as a global center for insect protein production,” he continued. “By leveraging our advanced research capabilities, we aim to support local and regional economies while setting a new standard for sustainable protein production.” 

The company projects the market will reach USD 3.96 billion by 2033, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 31 percent from now until 2033. 

The Saskatoon farm is only the latest insect farm to begin production.

Both crickets and mealworms in recent years have been promoted by global elites as a source of protein that they say could replace beef or pork, and which can also be used in a variety of foods. 

While the forthcoming farm in Saskatoon is focused on livestock feed, globalist groups like Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum and its Great Reset plan have long promoted eating bugs to replace beef, pork, and other meats that they say have high “carbon” footprints. 

The Trudeau government has implemented many policies that align with the WEF’s so-called “climate change” agenda, including a punishing carbon tax and restrictions on the nation’s oil and gas industries. 

 

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