This is a question we here a lot from new beekeepers to experienced beekeepers. Let’s step back for a moment and look at what we
A very common hive problem becomes apparent in September through October. Your colony has produced several gallons of honey and you are a happy beekeeper!
This is a very important time to inspect your hive. For many in the Southeast, you have already pulled your honey frames and have already
A swarm is mostly a natural occurrence that honey bees do as part of their genetic make-up. The two most common reasons for swarms can
What is the best way to feed your bee hive? Feeding your bee colony in the Fall and Winter is critical. But how do you
A common phone call that we receive in March of each year: Caller – “Ray, I do not know what happened. I opened my hive
The cool Fall days are here! One of our most common beekeeper statements is “my bees died over the winter and there was no honey
Varroa Mites Mites are the #1 killer of honey bees across the USA. It is that time of the year, July, to have a short
Chickens can be a friend to the honey bees! If you are considering keeping a few chickens, allowing them to free range or roam around
This video will step you through how to get your bee hive ready for winter weather. There are simple and inexpensive ways to prepare your hive
Why is it so important for your hive to beard on warm Spring and Summer days? Watch this video for the many forms of bearding.
This is for all the attendees that came to the Georgia Beekeepers Association Spring Meeting earlier today and wanted to have this presentation. Glad to
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
Packages are very interesting and I want to take you step by step on how they are packaged. The first step is manufacturing the package
Today’s blog will discuss the pro’s and con’s of shipping bees. This is a necessary form of transporting most bees in the USA. I want