Lilac Cottage British Black Bees aim to work with the B4 project to establish breeding stock, and a mating area in North Somerset
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Queen Rearing will only be carried out using IOW mongrel stock, members will be encouraged to keep records of all their own stock, using only those considered to be worthy of passing on their bloodlines
- From the President – Jo Widdicombe
- 54 AGM Notice 3rd March, Stoneleigh
- B4 Press Release
- Mount Edgcumbe – Mark Edwards
- BIBBA Conference – Roger Patterson
- More Queen Rearing Myths – Roger Patterson
- Winter Losses – Beowulf Cooper
- SICAMM Conference – Philip Denwood
- Locally Adapted Bees – Dorian Pritchard
- Queen Assessment – Dorian Pritchard
- How not to Rear Queens – Kevin Thorn
- Beekeeping on Scilly – Jo Widdicombe
BIBBA EVENTS BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate may take your place. Notification of this name change must be received via post or email no later than seven days before the event. 2. Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot…
We currently run 12 breeding apiaries across Lancashire with a further two in North Wales.
Based in East Cornwall a small group with the emphasis of breeding pedigree lines of Cornish Native dark bees
The rich variety of native honeybee subspecies and ecotypes in Europe oﬀers a good genetic resource for selection towards Varroa resistance.
In addition to raising queens with native appearance and characteristics the group are looking to select queens with calm temper and Varroa resistance.
We have been queen rearing and improving stocks of local bees since 2015, based in the medieval garden and a small more private are on Godolphin Hill,