beekeepers who wish to conserve the Cornish Dark Honey Bee
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- From the President – Jo Widdicombe
- Albert Knight – J. Phipps, D. Allen and A. Stokes
- BIBBA Conference – Roger Patterson
- Shakespeare’s Bees – Gaynor Smith
- Just look what happens if . . . – Dorian Pritchard
- In Memory of Abess – Dawn Boswell-Challand
- Sustainable Beekeeping – David Ledger
- Two days at Cilgwri – David Spalding
- Stratford-upon-Avon BIG – Terry Hitchman
- West Suffolk BIG course – Kevin Thorn
- Book Reviews – Philip Denwood
- The Honey Badger’s Story – Mike Taylor
Please note Dylan Elen has replaced the previously publicised Per Kryger. Graham Royle has replaced Colin Pavey. The topics are different Presenters-and-Presentations-V008Download
The Trustees’ Reports and Accounts for the last few years
In North County Dublin, Ireland, a region that has a relatively self-contained beekeeping regime with little movement of colonies or queens into the area, tolerance (co-adaptation) to varroa mites is becoming established.
Conservation efforts for A. m. mellifera are underway in multiple European
countries requiring reliable and cost-efficient molecular tools to identify purebred colonies. Here, we developed four ancestry-informative SNP assays for high sample throughput genotyping using the iPLEX Mass Array system.
England’s first Black Bee Reserve was opened in 2017 at Mount Edgcumbe on the Rame Peninsula. The group focuses on education, conservation of Amm and ways to improve local stock.
Black Bee conservation project based on the Blackdown hills on the Devon/Somerset border in the South-West of England. Promoting the keeping and breeding of Apis melifera melifera
BIBBA CONFERENCE 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 22nd August 2018. 2. Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot be guaranteed lunch…