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Kuhuba ba chihunye mbuli cakulya acakusani zihubwa

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People who traditionally eat insects, such as grasshoppers, termites, white ants or crickets catch them in the wild when they are in season. In some places there are now fewer edible insects because the environment has been damaged. Rearing insects on your farm can provide proteins throughout the year. Edible insects require less feed than chickens, sheep and pigs, and are highly nutritious for humans and animals.

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Chitonga / Tonga
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