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[…]Native Honey Bee. National Honey Show Honey and beeswax showing as well as lectures, trade stands and educational stands. Bees for Development The philosophy of Bees for Development is to assist people living in poor and remote areas of the world, and to raise awareness about the value of beekeeping for poverty alleviation. Bees Abroad Bees Abroad is a UK […]

Leek and Moorlands – ST9

  Leek and Moorlands Beekeepers have been raising queens for over 30 years and welcome beekeepers of all levels of experience. Plans In 2018 we used the Miller method for cell raising, and grafed larvae and also used the Jenter  system..  We used Apidea mini-nucs for mating.  We also trained 4 members in instrumental insemination. Further Info You can see full […]

BIM 47 – Autumn 2016

[…]to overwinter nucs with some degree of confidence. . . QR at Keepers Cottage – Peter Edwards Stands for mating nucs were then installed — appropriately made from hexagonal paving slabs — and we were ready to start! Black bees in Wales – Eifion Williams Adaptation and resourcefulness is a key factor to beekeeping and I wanted to create the […]

BIPCo 6th Annual Bee Improvement Day

[…]of queens and drones With guest speakers including: Roger Patterson, Deputy Chairman BIBBA * Trade Stands in attendance * Complimentary teas, coffee & biscuits * Light lunches & homemade cakes available Tickets are £8 for members and £10 for non-members for those who register their interest before the day OR £10 for members and £12 for non-members without registering Confirm […]

East Midlands further notes

[…]and safety issues. All six committee members were involved. We transferred 27 colonies, all the stands and flagstones, dismantled and rebuilt two large sheds, and moved all contents the 12 miles across Nottinghamshire. Finding a new site, establishing a new relationship with the landowner and designing the new apiary layout were interesting challenges. Whilst we will no longer have the […]

Lune Valley New Breeding Apiary

[…]apiary, six colonies of fairly pure Amm, all housed in Lune Valley Long Hives and six solid stands, each of which will hold up to 3, reasonably spaced nucleus boxes. All we now need to do to complete the project is to acquire the nucleus boxes, which we shall do before the start of next season. At the start of […]