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Black Soldier Fly Eggs

Available in 1g onwards 

Our Black Soldier Fly eggs are premium quality, with a hatching guarantee. 1g of eggs yields approximately 4,000-7,000 larvae.* Our breeding flies are healthy and housed in conditions optimal for laying fertilized eggs. 


BSF eggs are a great way to begin your BSF compost bin or to hatch small-sized larvae for feeding fish fry or other insects that require micro-sized larvae. They are a great educational tool for children to demonstrate an insect life cycle from start to finish.


*Hatch rate depends on hatching conditions. Ideal hatching conditions lead to a higher hatch rate 



1. 100% raised on clean, plant-based, recycled feed.

2. High in omega 6 and 9 fatty acids for better heart health.

3. High in calcium for healthier feather, bones and scales.

4. High in laurid acid - a proven antimicrobial substance for boosted immunity


Q: How do I hatch my eggs?

A: Keep your eggs suspended over fresh food. They need to be kept in a humid and cool place with fresh airflow. They will hatch within 24h of you receiving your eggs. Do not wet the eggs. Want live black soldier fly larvae without the hassle of hatching the eggs? Try our LIVE black soldier fly larvae

Q: How do I store my eggs en route home? 

A: We will pass you a container suitable for keeping your eggs. Ensure you set your eggs out for hatching within 24h of receiving your eggs. Do not turn the egg container upside down

Q: How long till they become larvae?

A: Your eggs will begin to hatch within 24h of receiving them. When the larvae first hatch, they are extremely small and are very hard to see with the naked eye. Give them 3 days and you'll be able to see them squirming about! 

Q: Why are my BSF Larvae warm?

Q: Why are my BSF Larvae warm?

A: Like us, BSF Larvae produce body heat! Please store them in a cool, dark, and ventilated area so they do not overheat.

Q: Why are my BSF Larvae turning black?

A: Your BSF larvae have begun to pupate (turn into cocoons) and are reaching the end of their shelf-life. Please use the larvae as soon as possible

Q: Can you mail the eggs to me?

A: No, we cannot. The eggs are very fragile and are unable to be sent in the mail. Please arrange to pick the eggs up from our farm at 60 Jalan Penjara, Singapore 149375.

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