Talking with Bees and Roger – KM041

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Talking With Bees GravatarRoger likes to talk to the Bees and runs a successful blog. Roger lives in Gloucestershire area of England and is married with a small child. You can download the podcast directly from HERE, or click on the play button above.

Roger runs a great beekeeping blog called Talking With Bees, I encourage you to have a read.

You can also find Roger on Twitter at @TalkingWithBeesBees attend funeral

Here is that article about the bees at the funeral.

Roger’s Favorite Beekeeping Book is:-

Beekeeping: A Seasonal Guide (Paperback)
By (author) Ron Brown

Roger Extracts Honey

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About Gary Fawcett

Gary enjoys designing new kiwimana products which we sell through our on-line shop. He is passionate about saving the Bees and encouraging urban beekeeping. Gary loves to write about issues that affect the Bees and our environment. He is also into tramping/walking in the beautiful New Zealand bush.

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2 Responses to Talking with Bees and Roger – KM041

  1. Kevin Inglin says:

    Great episode Gary and Roger. Enjoyed the commentary and the amusing anecdotes. Good Luck Roger with your one hive, we’re all pulling for you to get to spring and have success splitting your bees.

    • Gary Fawcett says:

      Thanks Kevin, thanks for listening and putting out a great podcast yourself.

      Yep I hope that hive survives, we look forward to more funny stories from his adventures. Check out his great blog.

      See ya…Gary

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