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Straining crushed honeycomb through cheescloth...

Straining crushed honeycomb through cheesecloth, using canning jars…

Yes, it ‘s slow, but it is quite effective.

Stay informed on the news that affects you as a beekeeper with this collection of newsletters and publications from various renown apiculturists and organizations around the country and globe.


Other Valuable Resources for Beekeeping

Checking the hive...

Checking the honey super…

The sweetest part of beekeeping.

North Carolina state insect…

It may bee yours too.

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Honeybee working the dandelions.

NOTICE

Please read these criteria before you submit a request form for inclusion.


Due to the numerous requests for external links, the following criteria must “bee” met in order to be considered as a valid beekeeping resource link. Your business, organization, or school must primarily promote one these areas of beekeeping:

  1. Agriculture, Apiary Services, Apiculture, Beekeeping, Beekeeping Equipment or Supplies, Entomology, Honeybees, Honeybee Blogs, Hive Pests or Treatments, Honeybee Gardens, Plants and Trees or Hardness Charts, Honeybee Research, Hives and Inspections,
  2. Beekeeping clubs, State Beekeepers Associations, and educational institutions involved with bees or beekeeping research,
  3. Companies that manufacture beekeeping equipment, hives, supplies, or publish books about beekeeping, etc.


Unfortunately, a one-page article about honeybees or beekeeping related events that is listed on any “non-beekeeping” website cannot qualify for inclusion. Our goal is to only include links to sites that focus on one of the above areas in beekeeping and each request is reviewed before posting.

Checking the hive...

Honeybees sipping hummingbird food

at 4:1 ratio. If it’s sweet… they’ll eat it.

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Haywood County Beekeepers Chapter of the NC  State Beekeepers Association

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