Unfortunately due to adverse breeding conditions, we will not have any Tiger Silkworms available for the upcoming Silkworm season. Do not worry though, as we will still stock plenty of White Seductress and Zebra Silkworms!
When customers ask me why they should raise Silkworms, I respond; “get them as pets or to feed your pets. If you’re a teacher, buy them for school projects, and maybe even try eating them while you’re at it!” It’s clear there are many uses for Silkworms. By 2050, it’s expected a large portion of […]
Our first ever round of Tiger Silkworms have started cocooning, and we hope to have them available for sale to a lucky few people by the start of next year.
As the Mulberry trees are slowly beginning to re-gain their leaves, after the cold of Winter, naturally it is the perfect time to begin raising Silkworms again.
There are three main variations of the Bombyx Mori Silkworm breed; Zebra Silkworms, Tiger Silkworms, and White Seductress Silkworms. Although scientists are currently experimenting with Silkworms, in order to take advantage of their highly sought after Silk, the ordinary person can only get access to these three breeds. The White Seductress Silkworm is the most […]
We are happy to let you all know that over the past week, our first Tiger Silkworms have hatched! Tiger Silkworms are an inverted version of Zebra Silkworms, and are most commonly found in South Africa. We hope to have them available for sale at the end of the year.
Be careful raising Silkworms at this time of the year, as if you do not have a supply of Mulberry Leaves, you will need to purchase artificial Silkworm Food – Silkworm Chow – from us to ensure they have a food source! The ideal time to raise Silkworms is at the start of Spring!
We are glad to announce that this Sunday, we will be running a new competition on our Facebook page to win a prize which will be voted on, on Thursday night. Stay tuned for more.
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Welcome to our new website, we hope you like it! Watch this space, as we will be constantly updating it with the latest news regarding our stock, tips and information on raising Silkworms! Thanks, Taylor