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Improving bees by raising your own queens

[…]considerably. Please accept and respect that hosts may not keep bees in the same way that you do. Course etiquette To present these courses, we rely on bees and facilities being provided by the hosts and are grateful for their kindness. It is therefore reasonable they are treated with the utmost respect. All colonies are to be handled with care […]

Queens: Collaboration and how to make it easy on yourself and your bees – by Karl Colyer

[…]into detail about every step at this stage but I will list out some learning points about getting yourself organised. Figure out how to create another 1-6 colonies for when a suitable larvae, queen cell, virgin queen or mated queen becomes available. Have a few things prepared so that when you get the call or email, it’s not a mad […]
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BIM 51 – Summer 2018

[…]David LedgerEden Project Cornwall 17th February 2018 Two days at Cilgwri – David Spaldingthe course gave attendees plenty of opportunity for discussion and practice and, without exception, everyone benefitted Stratford-upon-Avon BIG – Terry Hitchmanthe parachuting in of racially pure queens has helped boost the purity of the local drones West Suffolk BIG course – Kevin Thorn Book Review – Philip […]

Course Feedback

[…]Lynn Rose for her generous hospitality and welcome. David Spalding FEEDBACK form the West Sussex course 2017 course […]

BIM 46 – Winter 2015

[…]– Philip Denwood a new project to set up a pure breeding area for the dark bee The BIBBA Course – Mike du Feu We looked at the various equipment available for rearing queens… Dark Bee breeding project – Margie Ramsay The project started in 2010 at a coastal apiary in Wester Ross with grafting of known A.m.m. brood from […]

“Bee Improvement for All” (BIFA) Days

[…]bee problems have partly been caused by the continued importation of bees and queens. This course will help beekeepers to rear their own queens from local stock and not rely on imports. “Bee Improvement for all” courses are organised by BIBBA on a nationwide basis, sometimes in conjunction with local BKAs or bee breeding groups. They are all day events, […]

BIM 33 – Winter 2010

[…]Roger Patterson Entombment follow-up – Dave Cushman BBKA Forum – Roger Patterson Morphometry Course – Dinah Sweet BIBBA members can download a pdf copy of the full magazine for personal […]

BIM 31 – Spring 2009

[…]bees. Roger Patterson Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects. Terry Clare Gormanston Summer Course 2008. Dinah Sweet Our heart is in the Highlands! Dorian Pritchard Administration of BIBBA BIBBA and publicity. Roger Patterson BIBBA members can download a pdf copy of the full magazine for personal […]

BIM 28 – Autumn 2007

[…]BIBBA – Terry Clare BIBBA General Meeting, Gormanston – John Hendrie The Gormanston Summer Course – Sandra Unwin What is BIBBA For? – Brian Dennis Reflections – Terry Clare International Conference: The Dark Bee in Russia BIBBA members can download a pdf copy of the full magazine for personal […]