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Bees, they live a non-destructive yet productive lifestyle, unlike us, humans, we have a lot to learn from nature. #tumblr: fujinliow.tumblr.com #flickr: www.flickr.com
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MOCOBees.com – With some greatly appreciated help from my nephew-in-law Mike we were able to harvest and extract 108 lbs of beautiful golden raw organic honey from two of my beehives in my backyard.
Check out the links below that will take you the the beekeeping site, backyardhive.com, an excellent site for beginning beekeepers who want to use a top bar beehive. The instructions are well thought out and very clear. An 85 minute, … Continue reading
beegreenphilly.com Class participants of first beginners beekeeping course at Green Sanctuary Community Apiary at Awbury Arboretum describe their plans for their beehives and selected bees. http
It has only been only six days since I got my new honey bee nucleus hive from Kenny & Wendy Reed from www.BeeWilde.com. What I found inside was amazing. This reminded me of how important it is to have top … Continue reading
Danielle Dale, the American Beekeeping Federation’s 2012 American Honey Princess, talks about the importance of honey bees as pollinators at “It’s a Bug’s Life” Insect Fair held at the 2012 ESA Eastern Branch meeting in Hartford, CT, March 2012.
This is amazing! I have been filming for five days. This footage is of the third day. Because I split my hive using the queen cells that the bees in the hive made the new queen needs to get impregnated. … Continue reading
The 3 feet or 3 mile myth is busted! I share how you can successfully move a honey bee hive more than three feet and less than three miles. I learned this from an article on www.HoneyBeeSuite.com. With this technique … Continue reading