As a beekeeper I always have plenty available to toss to the chickens. They are really easy and cheap to raise. Contact a local beekeeper and see about buying some old comb or drawn out frames. Just don't tell the beekeeper that you are rearing wax worms with them...we hate wax worms and they probably will not sell you the comb if they knew. Crumble up the comb and mix with a little sawdust, wet the mix down with a little honey. Place it in a container (a small bucket with lid works well) and drill a few 7/16 inch holes in the side. Place outside around your yard. the adult moths will show up and lay eggs in the mixture. They will hatch out into wax worms which are 16% protein and great chicken feed. Pick them out of the wax mixture and toss them to the birds. Don't feed the mixture to your chickens...it will start to ferment and make them sick if they eat it.