Welcome!

Thanks to this great post from Mercola.com we have a lot of new folks coming to our website.  Many of you are looking to learn more about beekeeping and probably want to know where to start.  With so much information on the website this is how we’d suggest learning more: First thing first, make sure…

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Behind the Veil

There are almost as many options for beekeeping veils on the market as there are beekeepers.  Regardless of who you talk to each person will have their favorite version.  So what are veils for and what should you look for when purchasing one? Veils are usually made of some sort of screen and either is…

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There are a number of different types of hive covers available.  Here’s a look at each kind and when you’d use it. This is a migratory cover.  It has sides that extend only over the front and the back of the hive.  This style cover is generally used by migratory beekeepers (beekeepers who move their…

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Beekeeping Supers: Comb

We’ve talked about three different types of supers already.  Deep Hive bodies which are usually used as the area for brood, aka the place that the queen lays her eggs.  Western supers which are smaller and lighter than deep supers and can be used as either honey supers or brood bodies.  And finally Shallow supers…

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BIG Beekeeping SALE!

================== SKIP TO THE SALE HERE: http://www.worldofbeekeeping.com/end-of-summer-sale/ ================== Hey friends, I just wanted to drop by and say thanks for being a part of the WorldOfBeekeeping.com family!  I really appreciate it, and as my way of saying thanks, I’m throwing a sale on my Basic Beekeeping DVD because it’s nearing the end  of summer.  The end of…

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