Bees & Beekeeping in the News
Flow Hive creates a buzz among beekeepers - Farm and Dairy
Flow Hive creates a buzz among beekeepers
Farm and Dairy
Traditional beekeeping involves cracking and pulling apart the hive to retrieve the honey. After putting on protective gear, beekeepers have to smoke the bees in order to sedate them, then crack the hive open, remove frames and brush the bees off of them.
How Science Can Help Beekeepers Protect Their Colonies - NC State News
How Science Can Help Beekeepers Protect Their Colonies
NC State News
NC State University is home to a program called the Queen & Disease Clinic, which allows beekeepers from anywhere in the U.S. to send in queens or worker bees for analysis. Researchers at NC State can then analyze the bees using sophisticated ...
'Bee school' prepares attendees for beekeeping journey - Mountain Xpress
Mountain Xpress'Bee school' prepares attendees for beekeeping journey
Basic Beekeepers School, or bee school, offers an opportunity for those interested in starting their own backyard beehives to understand the challenges and rewards associated with beekeeping. Photo courtesy of the Center for Honeybee Research.
Event arms beekeepers with tools needed to succeed
Apiarists talk about creating a better industry from honey to the bee
US Bee Industry Plagued By Numerous Problems: Apiarists Contemplating ...
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UW-RF testing regional sustainable beekeeping model - Eau Claire Country Today
Eau Claire Country TodayUW-RF testing regional sustainable beekeeping model
Eau Claire Country Today
Wisconsin beekeepers produce almost 4.5 million pounds of honey with an estimated value of $9 million. However, honey production is only part of the benefit bees provide to the state. Pollination services also play a critical role in supporting other ...
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Bees and beekeepers keep busy during the spring - Madison County Herald
Madison County HeraldBees and beekeepers keep busy during the spring
Madison County Herald
Spring is a busy time for bees and beekeepers, as longer days and warmer weather bring the first flowers into bloom. Jeff Harris, Mississippi State University Extension bee specialist and Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station ...
New research finds queen bee microbiomes are starkly distinct from worker bees
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Honey on Tap: Why Beekeeping Will Never be the Same - Nature World News
Nature World NewsHoney on Tap: Why Beekeeping Will Never be the Same
Nature World News
An Australian father-son pair recently put their minds together to birth an invention that may very well change how beekeeping is done forever. Called the Flow Hive, this revolutionary beehive puts fresh honey literally on tap, reducing labor for ...
Indiegogo's new crowdfunding record: $5.3M and counting for a smart ...
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Ag in the Classroom spotlights bees, beekeepers - Capital Press
Capital PressAg in the Classroom spotlights bees, beekeepers
Honey bees and beekeepers are this year's featured topics. The foundation's literacy project is designed to engage young readers and expand their knowledge of agriculture, according to a press release from the organization. Each year the project ...
Washington beekeepers lobby for lower taxes, more forage - Capital Press
Capital PressWashington beekeepers lobby for lower taxes, more forage
OLYMPIA — Full-time beekeepers and hobbyist apiarists were on the Capitol Campus Thursday to draw attention to the plight of the honeybee. The good news, according to Central Washington beekeeper Tim Hiatt, is that only alarmists think honeybees will ...
DIY Beekeeping: Download and print a smart beehive kit - Treehugger
TreehuggerDIY Beekeeping: Download and print a smart beehive kit
Finding the answers to bee decline might come from a collaboration between citizen scientists, hobbyist beekeepers, and data scientists, and Open Source Beehives (OSBH) believes that open source beekeeping hardware is one place to start.
Preparing for Spring Beekeeping - Mother Earth News
Mother Earth NewsPreparing for Spring Beekeeping
Mother Earth News
With beekeeping becoming more and more popular, supply companies and even local beekeepers often sell out early. In our apiary, we tend to replace any hives we lose over the winter by doing splits from our stronger hives, and adding a purchased queen.