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Bees and beekeepers keep busy during the spring - Mississippi State University
Mississippi State UniversityBees and beekeepers keep busy during the spring
Mississippi State University
“In Mississippi a big portion of our income in beekeeping is from the sale of honey-bees as package bees, nucleus starter hives and queen honey bees to other beekeepers,” he said. For more information on beekeeping, visit the Mississippi Beekeepers ...
Why not hive a go at beekeeping? - Wigan Today
Wigan TodayWhy not hive a go at beekeeping?
After the basic beekeeping courses you can move on to do modules on the way to becoming a master beekeeper. I've done the first one and I'm studying for my second at the moment. “They are really interesting insects and there's quite a few beekeepers in ...
Beekeepers Want Florida To Study Their Business - WFSU
WFSUBeekeepers Want Florida To Study Their Business
Bee keepers want the state to fund a honeybee research lab. Tom Nolan is the President of the State Bee keepers association. He says each year bee keepers lose about 30 percent of their colonies. “I'll ask you if you can think of an industry that can ...
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.
Honey producers in WA oppose fracking in Beekeepers Nature Reserve - ABC Online
ABC OnlineHoney producers in WA oppose fracking in Beekeepers Nature Reserve
"It's a very important area for the beekeepers of Western Australia," Mr Leyland said. "The vegetation, you just don't get it anywhere else in WA, and the weather, it's perfect bee conditions, really. "Without that area, beekeeping will be pretty much ...
Beekeeping in Slovenia: Free talk in Thomaston Feb. 28 - PenBayPilot.com
PenBayPilot.comBeekeeping in Slovenia: Free talk in Thomaston Feb. 28
The Knox Lincoln County Beekeepers club will host a presentation by Mark Simonitsch on the unique design of the Slovenian beehive, while also talking about the role the country's landscape in making beekeeping so successful in his ancestral country.
Flow Hive, a Gadget for Beekeepers, Sets New Crowdfunding Record on ... - Entrepreneur
EntrepreneurFlow Hive, a Gadget for Beekeepers, Sets New Crowdfunding Record on ...
Crowdfunding platform Indiegogo has been abuzz about the Flow Hive, an invention that aims to help beekeepers better harvest honey. Launched on ... The campaign page says that the product is “the most significant innovation in beekeeping since 1852.”.
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Bill would allow only commercial beekeepers to vote on assessment - Capital Press
Bill would allow only commercial beekeepers to vote on assessment
Lowe said Idaho's commercial beekeeping community is relatively small and it's sometimes a challenge to find beekeepers from each of the districts who are qualified to serve on the commission. “It's not always easy to find people who are interested in ...
Beekeepers nervous over urban hive proposal - Capital Press
Capital PressBeekeepers nervous over urban hive proposal
When asked by lawmakers about the pro-beekeeping intent of the legislation, Maresh of the Portland Metro Beekeepers Association said he would nonetheless prefer no new regulations. Beekeeping organizations would rather work with municipalities to ...
Organic beekeeping workshop with Ross Conrad - vtdigger.org
Organic beekeeping workshop with Ross Conrad
Celebrated Vermont beekeeper Ross Conrad will host an Organic Beekeeping workshop on Saturday, March 14, from 9 AM to 1 PM. This workshop includes two highly-requested topics by local beekeepers: “Overwintering Bees and Spring Management” and ...
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