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Learn what you’ll need to get started with beekeeping and what time of year you’ll need to acquire your bees.
The basics of beekeeping – learn the role of each bee in the hive and the life cycle of a honey bee so you can help increase the population of bees in your beehives.
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Small hive beetles like pollen patties just as much as the bees do so you can actually use flour as a substitute to feed your bees in the spring and increase your honeybee population.
New beekeepers often ask when they should add another box to their bee hive. Learn how to figure out when you should add more supers to a hive and why you should never add more than one at a time.
This bee hive was left to the beetles and wax moths over a year ago, but you can learn how to revive and resurrect a long dead hive.
Use a hot knife and radial extractor to extract and bottle raw honey from your hives.
These are five simple steps to help beginning beekeepers get started!
Watch this informative video to learn how to install a package of honey bees in a hive.
How to protect your hives, when to open and not open your hives in the winter, plus what and how to feed your bees.
Learn all about the basic equipment that you’ll need as a beginning beekeeper.
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