Bees & Beekeeping in the News
NEPA approves $580k loan to beekeeping supply company - Pennsylvania Business Daily
Pennsylvania Business DailyNEPA approves $580k loan to beekeeping supply company
Pennsylvania Business Daily
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance (NEPA) recently granted a second loan to one of the nation's largest manufacturers of beekeeping supplies. NEPA Alliance Business Finance Corporation granted Mann-Lake, Ltd., a loan of approximately $580,000 ...
Beekeepers in the south west enjoy 'best crop for five years' - Bournemouth Echo
Bournemouth EchoBeekeepers in the south west enjoy 'best crop for five years'
BEEKEEPERS across the south west of England have reported the best crop for five years, according to the British Beekeepers Association. The organisation's annual Honey Survey revealed an average yield of 30lbs of honey per colony this year, ...
Somerset Beekeepers Report Sweet Season
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Goris Apiarist: 'Beekeeping Isn't Difficult, but It's Still Hard Work' - Hetq Online
Hetq OnlineGoris Apiarist: 'Beekeeping Isn't Difficult, but It's Still Hard Work'
In his 30 years as a beekeeper, Karlen Jagharyan has never experienced a loss related to his bee colonies. His colonies haveincreased to 180, up from only three. Beekeepers know that during the year bees see three springs, so Jagharyan transports his ...
Beekeepers in line for biggest share of ELAP disaster aid - Agri-Pulse
TheSheepSiteBeekeepers in line for biggest share of ELAP disaster aid
Beekeepers, most of whom suffered honeybee colony losses, represent more than half of ELAP recipients. "As promised, we're making sure that thousands of producers who suffered through two and a half difficult years without Farm Bill assistance, are ...
2014 Farm Bill Assistance Ready for Honeybee, Livestock Producers
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The Beekeeping Year Starts Now - Mother Earth News
Mother Earth NewsThe Beekeeping Year Starts Now
Mother Earth News
The beekeeping year starts now. Most budding beekeepers will begin thinking about this venture in the spring. That's what I did. Everything awakening. Gardeners starting to plant early crops of peas and greens. Spring calves and lambs beginning to make ...
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Large beekeeping company now buzzing around northeastern Pennsylvania - The Republic
Large beekeeping company now buzzing around northeastern Pennsylvania
WILKES-BARRE, Pennsylvania — For Frank Licata, beekeeping is both a hobby and a buzzing business. The Brodheadsville resident is a beekeeping hobbyist who has about 70 hives around the Poconos, made about 3,000 pounds of honey last year and ...
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Beekeepers eye the sweet spot - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldBeekeepers eye the sweet spot
Sydney Morning Herald
If the research proves the potency and effectiveness of Australian honey, it will give a much-needed boost to honey producers, says Ben Hooper, who represents the country's 10,000 registered beekeepers with the Rural Industries Research and Development ...
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Anarchist Beekeeping Collective builds a community of urban pollinators. - Monterey County Weekly
Monterey County WeeklyAnarchist Beekeeping Collective builds a community of urban pollinators.
Monterey County Weekly
Hillard had set up a demonstration hive to show the basics of beekeeping, and Reisdorf buzzed around it. Hillard is a member of the Anarchist Beekeeping Collective, an informal gathering of beekeepers from around the county. The group began in the late ...
Beekeepers and grain producers await world-first research that could shape ... - ABC Online
ABC OnlineBeekeepers and grain producers await world-first research that could shape ...
Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct information about the length of the neonicotinoid moratorium in Europe. A two year ban is in place, not three years as had been indicated by Southern Farming Systems chief executive Jon Midwood and ...
Zanesville Pottery and Beekeeping Preview - WOSU Public Media
Zanesville Pottery and Beekeeping Preview
WOSU Public Media
Jackie Shafer | November 5, 2014 | 0 Comments. On the next Broad & High, Zanesville seeks to recapture a part of its rich pottery history with a prize like no other. Then we'll share the sweet rewards of beekeeping. Watch Wednesday at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.