Who Am I?Hello Melanie here, thanks for checking out my web page. I have been reviewing products online for some time. I pride myself in providing visitors and readers with completely unbiased and honest reviews. I also bring a depth of experience as a relatively new beekeeper myself to the review. I am proud to say that I became a beekeeper in September 2010. I went on training courses and read many books so I have a real idea of what is needed for beekeeping for beginners and will give you an insightful and honest review. There is a little bit more information on the 'about me' page.
Beekeeping for Beginners – How to start
- 2011 12 10 Bee transfer from a local to a TBH hive
- My bees March 8, 2012
- New-Bee 101: How To Light A Bee Smoker (Quick Overview)
- Vanishing of the Bees
- Hive under siege
- Homemade PVC Hive Stand Prototype
- Beekeeping part 02 – Extracting honey
- ZOLA Presents: Beekeeping, the Backwards Way
- Honey Bees and Beekeeping 1.2: A Year in the Life of an Apiary
- Faith Mountain Farm – How to Install a Bee Package – Spring 2009
- How I Met Your Mother – Up In Flames
- Feeding Honey Bees. Beekeeping Winter & Spring. Different Methods
- Backyard Beekeeping – Making a 4-Frame Honey Extractor
- Country Rubes’ Powdered Sugar Movie Project_Final 4 10 10.wmv
- GLOBAL 3000 | Mexico’s Beekeepers Go in for Organic Honey
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Today was a beautiful sunny 60F day, and it’s the first day I am seeing the bees bringing in a substantial amount of tannish-yellow pollen. They definitely know where ‘something’ is blooming out there! It was VERY windy today and … Continue reading
Some scientists suspect that pesticides are the cause of plummeting bee populations, which could have serious consequences for pollination and production of food crops.Video Rating: 5 / 5
Presented with permission of the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education. To purchase the complete “Honey Bees and Beekeeping” television series on DVD or accompanying book, please call 1-800-359-4040.
Pure Comb Honey from www.DurhamsBeeFarm.com Feeding Honeybees info for new beekeepers. The most critical time to watch your bees is not in the Winter, provided they have enough honey, but in the Spring right before the big honey flow starts. … Continue reading
Presented with permission of the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education. To purchase the complete “Honey Bees and Beekeeping” television series on DVD or accompanying book, please call 1-800-359-4040.Video Rating: 5 / 5
mudsongs.org The first dandelion of the year, which means it’s time to stop feeding the bees because now they can get their own real nectar from wild flowers that are finally beginning to bloom.Video Rating: 0 / 5
Backyard Beekeeping class went on a field trip to Bob’s Bee Yard and looked at 2 hives a strong one and a week one. See the checking of the strong hive in part 1.
Wallace Family Apiary video. Started these colonies in a three frame nuc, then graduated to 10 frame Langstroth Hive.
First look at over wintered hives. This was around February 13th during an unusual warming of weather. It was around 70 degrees when the hives were opened. The bees are strong and no medications have ever been used. I am … Continue reading
Organically Managed Beekeeping thanks to the help of: Donthefatbee Man at: www.dixiebeesupply.com and John and Ruth Seaborn at: wolfcreekbees.com Creg at: somdbeekeeper.com www.brushymountainbeefarm.comVideo Rating: 0 / 5