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Honey – Arcadia, Greece.
Here is a little video of how my urban bee keeping is progressing, showing some up-close and personal shots of bees at work
Oklahoma Gardening host Kim Toscano visits the home of fourth generation bee keeper Kenny Hammond to learn about bee keeping.
Saturday, 7.7.2012. I kinda don’t know what to say it was a dry year so this is our first “honey harvest”. Help me with the expression. We were working from 9 am to 4 pm. 140 kilos of honey altogether. … Continue reading
Here we are at hive 1 checking the progress of the bees and the honeycomb they have produced in the second hive body (the second story, or top box). When it is time for the nectar flow from flowers, next … Continue reading
August 12, 2012 Ocala, Florida USA by Lisa Flurie with www.AmazingHoneyBee.com. Hive #1 I made an inspection on the hive that swarmed on me months ago and that the colony had made a new Queen Bee. She either stopped laying … Continue reading
Here we are at hive 2 checking the progress of the bees and the honeycomb they have produced. This hive was started with a local nuc, 5 frames of established comb with bees, but these frames have foundation as that … Continue reading
Trout gives an update on beekeeping Japan and shows how to add the honey comb to the frames.
On this episode of food.curated., Liza meets a group of friends who think sometimes laws are meant to be broken. This passionate crew of illegal urban beekeepers in Brooklyn, New York work on their very first honey harvest for their … Continue reading
West Sound Beekeepers Association puts on several classes each year. One of them is a one day advanced beekeeping class. You can find more information at: westsoundbees.org