The most challenging part of beekeeping, for the beginner, is purchasing your first hive. You wonder, “What do I need and what do I not
Time to go back to the lumber yard! I thought I was done with seeing the guys at my lumber yard for this season… Due
When you’re ready to go out in the beeyard to inspect your hives, you choose the tools you think you may need, then toss them
It was approximately a year ago, that we started to see these elevated nuc boxes appearing in the Chattahoochee National Forest here in Northeast Georgia.
Winter can be tough on the bee hive! The first winter for a new colony is extremely important. That is the reason behind this blog.
The picture above is a great picture for new beekeepers to understand the importance of picking that special location for your bee hive(s). This is
Recently, I was speaking with a beekeeper in Missouri, we were discussing the subject of why bees move up into the super during the winter
Last evening, I had a fellow beekeeper stop by and asked me how I was making my handles in hive body’s. I like “D” handles
Recently, I was speaking with a beekeeper and we were discussing the subject of why bees move up into the super during the winter months.
Winter time is the time you need to determine what your plan will be for the Spring season in beekeeping. Once this is determined, you