This is a very common question we receive here at MSH. Feeding our bees is an important task and not all feeders are best due
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
As beekeepers we literally have to pop open or pry open the top cover and the inner cover of a beehive with our hive tool.
This article is focused on the generalities of each bee. As we all know, the queens will ultimately determine the characteristics of the hive. So
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
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
We just had an unusual snowfall here in Northeast Georgia. Just a few days prior, the temperatures were in the sixties! This kind of up
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.
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
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.