The show was hiJacked by one of great friends and listeners “Yappy BeeMan”, Yappy talks to Gary and Margaret about kiwimana and Beekeeping in New Zealand.
This podcast is a helpful and handy chat about preparing for Bee Season 2016. What you need to do to prepare for Spring.
Cormac from the United Kingdom discuss five ways to make your garden more Wildlife-Friendly. Some great tips to help you in planning your next garden.
M – Well its been very stressful but yet the bees remained calm ! G – Yes it was stressful indeed, but we removed the remaining bits of New Zealand Christmas tree from the hive and added some new frames. M got a sting on the hand, so we have decided to buy a full[…]Read More
This week we are talking about new weed killer causes a stink, criminal elements, and New Zealand beekeeper found not guilty. This is Episode One hundred and Fourteen of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking to Rusty Burlew from Olympia in Washington State. The fantastic lady behind the amazing Honey Bee Suite Blog. Which has to be our favorite beekeeping blog.
Today I was busy building a swarm trap, which isn’t really a trap as the bees can leave any time. So it really should be called a swarm lure. We see it as a way to save a passing swarm by providing a suitable home for them. A swarm in the wild will usually die[…]Read More
Well day one of our Bee Keeping adventure, we purchased a NUC last night from our new friend Rosemary. A NUC or nucleus is a small hive with a Queen and a number of drones and worker bees. We placed this in the back of the ute and headed to the hills, when we got[…]Read More
Here is a UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY to own one of these Kiwi Icons and earn some additional money for your business. Wow your very own Buzzy Bee Ride on.
Aaron and Lauren are treatment free beekeepers from Ruston in Louisana and as well as selling natural products from the hives, They also run the fantastic “Bees and Such podcast”
Today we started our Queen Rearing experiment, we are going to follow the Millar method which seems the easier one to try for backyard Bee-keepers like ourselves. We have decided to use Honey 1, the Queen is the best tempered and Honey 1 is currently our only hive. So the choices were not great. The[…]Read More