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Beekeeping as a Family Hobby

  • 18th Jan 2023
  • By Ernest H.

Beekeeping isn't just something you go into it's something you're raised and brought up in. Most companies that deal with beekeeping and providing beekeeping supplies are family owned.

Almond Orchards and the Honeybee

  • 28th Jan 2023
  • By Ernest H.

The almond industry is attracting the interest of beekeepers from all over the country. Their demands for honey bees is very strong and beekeepers are cashing in with the almond growers.

Proper Beekeeping Equipment

  • 10th Feb 2023
  • By Ernest H.

Like all hobbies, beekeeping requires some basic equipment before you can establish a successful hive. Proper equipment is essential for the success of your colonies.

The Importantance of the Queen Bee

  • 18th Feb 2023
  • By Ernest H.

The survival of a colony of bees living in a bee hive depends on the queen bee. Without a queen bee the hive will move around confused, become stressed and eventually die.

Trap-Outs Useful for Extracting Bees

  • 10th March 2023
  • By Ernest H.

Honey Bees will take up home anywhere they see fit. Structures such as your home provide shelter from the elements as well as from potential animals looking for honey. However, we all know that this is not the ideal situation for homeowners. Enter the Trap-Out...

Training for the Beginner Beekeeper

  • 12th June 2023
  • By Ernest H.

Training to be a beekeeper can be a fun ordeal. It can also get frustrating at times and having a good mentor is the preferred way to proceed in this hobby. Many new beekeepers can get overwhelmed fast with the upkeep required in maintaining their hive.