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RegisterSign in. ... Insect farming plays an important role in Thailand, where 20,000 farms produce around 7500 tonnes per year (Hanboonsong, Jamjanya, & Durst, 2013)
As climate change and population growth make producing enough protein difficult, cricket farming is taking off in Kenya
Crickets are high in protein and require less food and land to grow than traditional livestock.
For other uses, see Cricket (disambiguation) ... In older literature, such as Imms,  "crickets" were placed at the family level (i.e.
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Insect farming is the practice of raising and breeding insects as livestock, also referred to as minilivestock or micro stock.
Insect protein production through ‘mini-livestock farming’ has enormous potential to reduce the level of undernutrition in critical areas across the world.
House cricket is currently introduced for scaled-up production in farming systems in Kenya and other parts of the world, as an alternative source of animal proteins.