Grubbly Farms produces an alternative source of protein for livestock animals by raising black soldier fly larvae and processing them into a protein meal. The larvae are raised off of a diet of pre-consumer food waste which is collected from food manufacturers. By diverting this food waste which would normally go to landfills, Grubbly Farms creates new use for waste as well as prevents methane emissions. The larvae produce a nutrient rich fertilizer as a by product of this process. The larvae themselves are harvested and dehydrated and are currently sold as a high protein treat for backyard chickens. As Grubbly Farms scales up, the end goal is process the larvae into a milled protein ingredient for animal feed.