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The best place to get your bees. How do bees come in a package? Or do you have to catch your own? What are the challenges of beekeeping? What are the special needs of the bee that will ensure a good honey crop? Will there be a return on my investment into beekeeping? You want to learn to be a beekeeper. You want to master the art of making honey. It is important to have the correct information needed to start your new hobby. Without information we would all be floundering in the dark.
Knowing where and how to start will prevent you from making costly mistakes. Where do you find the information you need to get started in beekeeping? When you do find the information, there are 10 different books to read?
How can you get it all in one place?
You want the information to be easy to read simple to understand and all in one place. You need:
An easy to read summary...
And Beginner's Beekeeping Bible
With the Beginner's Beekeeping Bible you can learn to become a beekeeper. It will teach you the things you need to know about beekeeping. How much do you know about bees? What they eat? How about what makes them sting?
Do bees get sick? Why is the queen different? Answers to these questions and many more are included. There is plenty of information on bees in this book.
With this book you could turn your hobby into a business. There are many products made using the honey and the wax that bees produce. The amount of time you spend on the bees only depends on you and the needs of the bees at the time. Bees need to be checked on periodically. Some times more than others and you will learn when those times are.
Bees are fascinating creatures. They each have a job to do and they do it. To find all of this information you would have to look in several different places to find all the information found in this book. Think of the time involved. Your time is more valuable than that.
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Here is what you will learn inside this guide....
Clothing and Equipment Needed
How to Handle Bees
Queen Management Techniques
Raising Queen Bees
Using Nectar Substitutes
Using Pollen Substitutes
Keeping Bees in a Suburban Area
About Bacterial Diseases
About Viruses and Fungal Diseases
About Varroa Mites
About Tracheal Mites
The Small Hive Beetle
About the Disappearing Bees
The Processing of Honey
Equipment used for Honey Processing