• Marking a Queen Bee

      Why Marking a Queen is Not Essential Without a queen, or without a healthy queen, the colony will be on a path to collapse. Usually the bees will intervene and take care of things on their own accord. But other times beekeeper intervention will be re...[more]

  • Plastic Beehive vs Wooden Beehive

      Features of Wooden Beehives Wooden beehives have been in use for a very long time. They are available in different sizes and configurations to suit beekeeper preferences. Beehives made using wood are readily accepted by bees. Moreover, they can be re...[more]

  • 47th APIMONDIA International Apicultural Congress

      The 47th Apimondia Congress is held from 24th to 28th of August, in Istanbul, Turkey Apimondia is the biggest beekeeping event in the world where beekeepers, scientists, honey-traders, development workers, technicians and legislators meet to listen, ...[more]

  • How Do I Tell When a Frame or Super Is Ready to Harvest?

      Figuring out if a honey super is ready to harvest is easier than you might think....[more]

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