Here is a list of current beekeeping podcasts, we think are useful. If you know of any new Beekeeping podcasts. Please get in touch and we will add them to the list. Podcasts are a great way to pass the time when you exercising or building frames. Check them out, I listen to podcast on[…]Read More
This week we are talking to Beekeeping for Dummies author “Howland Blackiston” from Connecticut in the USA. This is Episode One Hundred and Eight of our beekeeping podcast.
Have you ever wondered what you need to start Beekeeping? Here is the Essential Beekeeping Equipment to get started in Beekeeping.
Commercial Beekeeping – How do you get started? We answer a readers question with ideas on how to get started in Commercial Beekeeper in New Zealand.
It’s the end of the Bee Season for us now in New Zealand, so you won’t hear from us for the next little while, See you in the Bee Season 2017.
What are the essential pieces of hive ware that make up a modern Langstroth beehive? Read Margaret’s great article on the five Essential Beehive Components you need to get started.
All you need to know about how bees make honey. The entire process has a lot of steps and bees working together to produce a small amount.
This week we are talking to Orren Fox from Newburyport in Massachusetts. This is Episode Seventy Nine of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking about New Rules, Counterfeit, when Being copied is not necessarily the Best form of Flattery, the Sum of Sugar and Honey, and North land Numbers Stack up for Whanau. This is Episode One Hundred and Nine of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking about Proposed Manuka Rules and a new mite threat to look out for ( as if we haven’t got enough to lookout for !! ). This is Episode One Hundred and Seven of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking about Commercial Beekeeping in Australia With Victor Croker from Australia. This is Episode Eighty four of our beekeeping podcast.
Auckland Council are reviewing their bylaws and Margaret makes submission which appeared to bee well-received.