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Hi this is Episode Sixty Nine of our beekeeping podcast, This week we are talking to Solomon Parker from Colorado.
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Solomon Parker is a treatment free beekeeper from Colorado. Solomon has been beekeeping since 2003 and has recently started the Treatment free beekeeping podcast.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
- Why Solomon thinks Treatment Free is the answer
- What is the Rapid Expansion Model?
- What inspired Solomon to start his podcast
- Why he plans to use all mediums sized boxes
- What inspired Solomon to go Treatment Free
- Why beginners should start with at least two hives.
- How to stop Skunks eating your bees
What Was Mentioned
- The Treatment-Free Beekeepers Face book page can be found HERE
- His website and podcast can be found HERE
- Gary was recently interviewed on the Solomons podcast you will find that HERE
- The Treatment Free Beekeeping podcast be found HERE
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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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