Tag: honey extractor
Honey is a supersaturation sugar solution. It’s about 70% sugar and less than 20% water which means it has way more sugar molecules than the water molecules can hold.
There are some beekeeping supplies that are essential and some that you can make do without or find substitutes.
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While wax from all areas of the hive is usable to a degree, it is cappings wax, the newest wax, that makes the most divine beeswax candle tapers.
A quick look through beekeeping catalogs and you’ll quickly learn that beekeeping supplies can be quite expensive. But they don’t have to be. Learn how to buy and clean used
The beekeeping smoker is really a beekeeper’s best friend. It’s easy to use and if you look around your property you will find all kinds of things to use as
A honey extractor is usually one of the last pieces of equipment that a beekeeper gets when he is setting up an apiary. Starting beekeeping can be pricey but there
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