21st Century Beekeeping In our view, it is now time to review OLD beekeeping practices. Mostly in terms of how things have changed due to the appearance of the Varroa Destructor Mite (VDM). Image Credit: Female Varroa destructor on the head of a bee nymph by Gilles San Martin The Varroa Destructor Mite (VDM) It’s […]
In this episode we are talking about Maybe that new treatment isn’t the best for your bees, Bees, Bright colours, the buzzwords in Gardening and Welsh bees invade Manchester streets.
Have your bees got Deformed Wing Virus, Margaret discusses what she has done to reduce this in your hives using OAV.
Yes it’s that time to plan for the coming season, and in this article, as the sun sets on Summer we are talking about preparing for Autumn
Can you make a living and still be a Treatment Free Beekeeper, we are honored to welcome Aaron Jennings from Jennings Apiaries on his first guest article. Here are five tips to make money with Treatment Free Beekeeping.
Aaron and Lauren are treatment free beekeepers from Ruston in Louisana and as well as selling natural products from the hives, They also run the fantastic “Bees and Such podcast”
How to get started with treatment free beekeeping with Treatment free Beekeeper and pod-caster Solomon Parker.
Here is the transcription of the recent interview with Randy Oliver. Randy started as a hobbyist beekeeper in 1967. Then went to study biological sciences, specializing in entomology at University.
The year in review at kiwimana has the top five blog posts and podcasts that your may have missed. It was interesting to us to see what was popular Last year. It seems podcast interviews and ‘How to articles’ are very popular.
Randy Oliver started as a hobbyist beekeeper in 1967. Then went to study biological sciences, specializing in entomology at University. He uses these skills to do research for beekeepers around the world.