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beekeeping tips for february bee well honeyRead more +31 January 2018 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Beekeeping Tips for February

Beekeeping Tips for February The Queen still remains in the cluster and as the days become milder she begins to lay more eggs. The previous protein (Pollen Patty) is used to feed young larva. These bees will hatch out of the cell in 21 days. When young bees are being raised and days are warm,
tips for purchasing bees bee well honey farmRead more +03 January 2018 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

5 Tips for Purchasing Healthy Bees

Buy Healthy Honey Bees! Let’s face it guys, not every business-man understands the importance of integrity and insuring the customer receives a perfect product. In fact, some self-proclaimed beekeepers are not beekeepers at all! You know those guys who drive south to buy a trailer load of watermelons and sit on the side of the
beekeeping tips for december bee well honey farmRead more +02 January 2018 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Beekeeping Tips for January

Beekeeping Tips for January During colder weather, the Queen is surrounded by thousands of worker bees. This is considered the “Winter Cluster”. You should not disturb this cluster, only open the hive and work bees when the cluster is loose. Activity will be apparent on warmer days (45-50 degrees), this is when bees are taking
kombucha making class bee well honey farmRead more +25 December 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Kombucha Making Class – February 3, 2018

Kombucha Making Class Kombucha is essentially a fermented tea drink and has risen in popularity thanks to its unique taste and its health benefits. Those benefits include boosting the body’s immune system, improving digestion and gut health and also being a healthy alternative to sugary sodas and juices. Class participants will learn each step of
beekeeping tips for december bee well honey farmRead more +05 December 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Beekeeping Tips for December

For some of us, this is our first winter as a beekeeper. Others, however, are old pros at beekeeping….. right? Whether this is your first winter or just one of many winters as a beekeeper, we are continually learning how to hone our craft of beekeeping. In December, the bees are in a tight cluster
bee well honey farmRead more +14 November 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

5 Things You Can Do To Help Save The Bees

Bees are necessary for about 80% of all crops that are used directly for food worldwide. But the last decade has been hard on them, reducing their numbers year after year. I’m often asked “How can we help save the bees?” Here are five things you can do to help save the bees: 1. Plant
bee well honey farmRead more +13 November 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

What is a Honeybee Package?

I can relate to this question because – before I became interested in honeybees I had no idea how to buy them. My first hive was a gift from a friend. Funny thing was, he actually brought it to me in the backseat of a Camry with the seat belts around it to secure it.
bee well honey farmRead more +07 November 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

5 Frame Nuc Recipe

If you are going to make a split in the spring then MAKE A GOOD ONE! It kills me when I hear beekeepers that want to make their splits before the weather is appropriate. If you make a tiny split it will struggle terribly to survive the cold temps and you risk killing them completely.
bee well honey farmRead more +04 November 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Mead Making Class – December 2, 2017

Mead Making Class Learn how to make the world’s oldest fermented beverage in our Mead Making Class. We will demonstrate how to make a simple mead. When done correctly, home brewed mead will be the best you’ve ever tasted. Join us and see how simple it is. Class Includes Mead Making Demonstration The History of
bee well honeyRead more +02 November 2017 By Bryan Owens in Beekeeping

Beekeeping Tips for November

These crisp mornings means we’re just beginning to enjoy all that fall has to offer. Beekeepers know that the cold weather means even less bee activity will send the honey bees back into cluster. As fall swings into full force here are some tips to help you and your bees make it safely through the
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