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Beekeeping By Steve Brady
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If you are considering bees as a hobby or as a sideline business, there are things you will want to keep in mind before making that decision. Since there are many factors involved with making money... More > with the honeybees produce, you might want to start doing it as a hobby. There is a significant amount of money in the start-up of beekeeping. Before investing any amount of money in your beekeeping project, you might want contact beekeepers in your area. In Beekeeping - Everything About Bees And How To Be A Beekeeper, you would discover everything about beekeeping to start it off as a career or a hobby. In this book, you would discover:- *How To Get Started In Beekeeping *The Equipments You Need For Beekeeping *Acquiring And Handling Bees *Using Nectar and Pollen Substitutes *How To Keep Bees In A Suburban Area *Diseases and Viruses To Look Out For *Different Kinds of Bees Problem *Dealing With Bee Stings *Processing Honey< Less
The Beekeeper By Paul Morris
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Cecilia Severing doesn’t know much about bees, nor about romance, for that matter. But when she meets Juan Luis, a beekeeper, on a bicycle tour through Spain, it changes her life forever. In... More > this modern world, is it still possible to fall in love?< Less
Beekeeping - How to Be a Pro Beekeeper By Deedee Moore
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The information in this book is useful to anyone wanting to start beekeeping as a hobby or a business. It was written for beginners. Those who have never looked into beekeeping, may not understand... More > the meaning of the terminology used by people in the industry. We have tried to overcome the problem by giving explanations. We want you to be able to use this book as a guide in to beekeeping.< Less
The Barefoot Beekeeper By Philip Chandler
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The Barefoot Beekeeper is a revolutionary book about sustainable, chemical-free, natural beekeeping, showing how it can be simplified and made accessible to all, including people with disabilities,... More > as no heavy lifting is required. The author strips away all complications and confusion, demonstrating that 'modern' beekeeping methods are largely to blame for the poor state of health of the honeybee and that the commercialization of beekeeping marked the start of the disease and parasite problems that honeybees have been trying to deal with ever since. Phil Chandler advocates small-scale, low-impact beekeeping, with minimal disturbance to the bees and more time spent observing and learning from them. This book shows how you can make everything you need to keep bees yourself, using recycled materials and simple tools: you do not need to buy any additional equipment at all, nor do you need synthetic medications or other chemicals. This is beekeeping for everyone. 4th Edition 2014< Less
The Barefoot Beekeeper By Philip Chandler
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4th Edition of this book, first published in 2007. The Barefoot Beekeeper has become something of a classic in its field, inspiring thousands of new, environmentally-aware beekeepers to re-think the... More > way bees have been treated since the middle of the nineteenth century and discover a new relationship with this unique and essential insect, responsible for pollinating many of our food crops. Using home-made equipment and natural, chemical-free methods of management, this is beekeeping simplified. You can build your own hive and have honeybees buzzing around your garden in no time, with honey to spare! Look out also for other books by this author, including: Learning From Bees Balanced Beekeeping (2 vols.)< Less
Adventures of Beekeeping By Michael Tell
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Hello there, have you ever wondered how honey is made or even why you see honey bees dancing from one flower to another? If so then this one of a kind, exciting beekeeping manual is just for you!
Beekeeping & Self Sufficiency By Michael Manning
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Bees are vital for the pollination of fruit and vegetables representing 70% of food produced for mankind's consumption. Bees are industrious, devoted to the well being of the hive and can be managed... More > by beekeepers to produce honey which is stored by the bees for surviving the winter dormancy period.< Less
How to Start Beekeeping for Free! By Philip Chandler
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Beekeeping does not have to be expensive - in fact it can cost you next to nothing to get started! This article introduces you to the basics of low-cost, low-impact beekeeping that is accessible to... More > almost everyone.< Less
An Introduction to Balanced Beekeeping By Philip Chandler
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A short introduction to "balanced beekeeping", extracted from Phil Chandler's book, Balanced Beekeeping II: Managing the Top Bar Hive, available from
Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained By M. Quinby
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Experts in the art and science of sustainable, eco-friendly beekeeping condemn "modern" commercial methods of large scale honey production for creating the poor state of health and general... More > decline of honeybees in the 21st Century, and warn that only a return to the chemical-free traditional methods of the village, small-farm and backyard beekeeper can ensure that the bees, as well as our ability to harvest and enjoy fresh, pure honey, survive and thrive for generations to come. MYSTERIES OF BEEKEEPING EXPLAINED was first published in 1853, and explains every aspect of traditional American 19th Century, pre-chemical-era beekeeping methodology, including the building and maintenance of hives, breeding, dealing with pests, swarming, harvesting honey, preparing bees for winter and much more. This classic reprint belongs in the permanent library of every homesteader, micro eco-farmer and backyard honeybee enthusiast.< Less