Tag: bee colonies
Varroa mites have been in the United States since the late 1980’s and are considered a universal problem. If you are bee farming you most likely have varroa mites in
Summer and bees seem to go together but so do summer and pests. Beehives are the target of pests such as varroa mites, ants, wax moths, and mice.
One of the first questions a beekeeper asks is, “What kind of bees should I keep?” There are many bees to chose from including Buckfast and Carniolan.
Honey bees dying while you learn to care for the colony and hive is disappointing. It is important to look into the cause of honey bees dying to avoid it
Countryside Magazine Contributor
By Charbee Koenen, beepods.com
Spring is a time when beekeepers open their hives to do cleanups and count dead-outs. Today it’s different, spring doesn’t always spring in spring, fall doesn’t fall
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