Beekeeping by Rotation System

IWF documentary: An Effective Method for Prevention of Bee Diseases (Dustmann, Jost H. (Celle); Schönberger, Edeltraut (Celle); Schönberger, Helmut (Celle))

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  3. Heathland Beekeeping – 7 – Harvest of Heather Honey in a Skep Apiary
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5 Responses to Beekeeping by Rotation System

  1. mts0628 says:

    Is this woman the same who was the young apprentice, Edeltraut, in the Heathland Beekeeping-7 video?

  2. pxsloot07 says:

    Yes. I really like the way she works. So efficient, she knows the bees and her equipment and knows what to do. Not quite my beekeeping style :-)

  3. jannassary says:

    WHAT HAPPENS OR WHAT DO THEY DO WITH THE COMBS WHICH ARE REMOVED WITH THE DRONE CELLS. RE-USED?

  4. pxsloot07 says:

    @jannassary you feed it to the chickens. It’s considered humane to kill the larvae by putting the comb (in a bag) in the freezer overnight.
    No need for re-use; if the bees want to build, they will build.

  5. jannassary says:

    THANK YOU!!! I ALSO DID A RESEARCH, FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO KNOW THAT YOU CAN MELT THE COMB AND SELL IT AS WAX.

    4K U 4 THE UPLOAD/S & REPLY

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