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Dee Lusby Organic Beekeeper 2013
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A trip to the bee yard with Dee Lusby, a Treatment Free Beekeeper with over 700 hives in southern Arizona. Dee does not use any chemicals, treatments or artificial feeds of any kind. Her bees are small cell bees raised using housel positioning and an unlimited broodnest system. Most of her hives are 5 deeps tall. For more information please visit
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The wonder of Bees with Martha Kearney Ep1 First broadcast: Apr 2014. Episode 14 Martha Kearney's year gets off to a bad start when unseasonal snow in spring threatens to kill the bee colonies she keeps in her garden in Suffolk. With help from a master beekeeper Martha feeds her bees and takes one of the hives to a wildflower meadow at a neighbour's house along with two brand new hives.She discovers the intricate hierarchy within the bee colony and learns how the organisation of the hive has become a metaphor for human society. At a London school she learns the secrets of urban bees' success even while bees in the country as a whole are in decline. The episode ends with three new hives established on a wildflower meadow, ready to start producing classic British wildflower honey.
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To Bee Or Not To Bee A Year in the Life of a Beekeeper

What it takes to bring honey to your table
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Thank you Dee Lusby! Interviews with Dee Lusby

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Cleaning Melting and Filtering Beeswax

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Honey Bees, how to recover a swarm and return the workers to the origi...

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Tallest Strongest Bee Hives or Colonies In the World Using the Rose Hi... WEBSITE: In this video you learn quite a lot about bees. By letting them do what they would under natural circumstances, you can get really big colonies. These are Irish black bees, known to be not very prolific, but using this method even these bees are very very.... productive. Especially considering last years rainy summer and this years late spring, it really shows there is a lot of credibility to this beekeeping method . David. beekeeping bees bee hive, honeybee hives how to make beehives build a beehive bee keeper How to build how to make a beehive top bar beehive top bar hive beekeeper Tallest & Strongest Bee Hives Colonies In the World Using the Rose Hive Method Beekeeping
82,799 views | Jul 15, 2013

New Beekeeper What to do now What a new beekeeper needs to look for in his (her) hive. Honey (food) & pollen. Late winter or early spring, we need to be sure our bees have enough food (honey) to be sure they don't starve in case of a few days in a row of rain. You can't control the pollen very well but you sure can keep them from starving. Next, be sure you have a laying Queen and hopefully a good ( very good ) Queen. When I say very good Queen, one that is laying a lot of eggs and a solid pattern, not a lot of missed cells. The Queen is everything. A mediocre Queen doesn't get. This time of year, you should see eggs, larvae & capped brood. As your going through the hive frame by frame, be conscious of any Queen cells. If you see a lot of Queen Cells, they are getting ready to swarm. You don't want your hive to swarm as you stand a good chance of loosing the swarm. To see step by step how to put brood frames together and inbed the foundation go to http:youtu.be_GT71c8QkDY This is not accurate but it is easy to remember. 8 8 8 They will cap the Queen cell in 8 days The Queen will immerge in 8 days & she will start laying in 8 days. Bad weather can alter the time frame. All typos and grammatical errors are for entertainment purposes only Demonstrating to a new beekeeper how to assemble brood frames http:youtu.be3PgfQzUIH7k Here are some of my honey bee videos http:youtu.be9HUwZgpJcEw http:youtu.beABNmO9SewG8 http:youtu.belQ58Y80tMTk http:youtu.be7x-NIeJI_MA http:youtu.be8pTexsTdv6Y http:youtu.beRPz3vQAlp8s http:youtu.betDYyhz3x7t4 How a beekeeper starts tomato seeds indoors http:youtu.be2W0l0Hc6hZw About beekeeper Tim Durham Sr. http:youtu.be9bqHuae38Uw Thank you, Tim Durham Sr. Durham's Bee Farm Walls, MS 662.781.0542
71,766 views | Mar 17, 2012

Huge Bee Swarm Captured in natural swarm trap by Durham s Bee Farm

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64,988 views | Aug 02, 2013

Bees And Beekeeping Using the Rose Hive Method Part 1

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Varroa Befallskontrolle mit Puderzucker

Erläuterung zur Durchführung einer Varroa Befallskontrolle mit Puderzucker
22,990 views | Feb 27, 2013

Bee Keeping 101 The Sweetness of God s Creation

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