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If you live in a cold climate, then winter feeding will be a hot topic for you. It is one of those beekeeping support tactics that is more art than science.
Some beekeepers say you’ll do more harm than good by allowing any cold air inside. Others say a little cold air is better than starvation. If you choose to give your bees emergency winter food, here are a few tips.
If you are new to beekeeping you should by now have ordered your new bees. Whether you have decided on package bees or a miniature colony complete with a few frames of brood (a.k.a. a nuc colony), now is the time to prep your apiary site that will be ready ahead of your bees’ arrival.
It is a common question: I have kids. Can I still keep bees? The short and sweet answer is: Yes. You just have to take some preca
Just like dog breeders, beekeepers have been selecting favorable traits to produce colonies that display certain behaviors for hundreds of years. Two bee stocks have surfaced in the United States as being the most popular: Italian and Carniolan. Let’s compare them to learn how to choose which bee stock is right for you and your particular situation.
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