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Somongari Village residents are currently promoting the cultivation of catfish and chicken to make up for their daily side dishes during the pandemic. An alternative feed for these animals that is both high in protein and easy to cultivate is the maggot. The purpose of this training is to teach the residents of Somongari Village how to independently breed BSF maggots and save on feed expenditure. This training is carried out in three stages namely: preparation, implementation, and evaluation. The methods used in delivering the material are lectures, demonstrations, and direct practice. Meanwhile, leaflets serve as the media. The results showed that as many as 85.71% of the training participants experienced an increased understanding of maggot cultivation. This activity increased the knowledge and skills of Somongari Village residents in cultivating BSF maggots for daily animal feed purposes.
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