One of the two fat guys was celebrating his birthday and one of his professors from Montana State University came to the party with her significant other, Greg. Greg handed a mason jar to the birthday boy and said “happy birthday”.
The last thing you might think about eating is a cricket but Kathy and James Rolin of Cowboy Cricket Farms intend on changing that. Founded in 2016, Cowboy Cricket Farms is a commercial cricket operation that produces flour from their cricket livestock. The livestock is 2,060 times more efficient with water, 14 times more efficient with feed, and create 80 times less methane than cattle. In a state known for cattle farming, the Rolins and their farm are finding some early success and emerging as a leader in the relatively new and fast-growing US edible insect sector.