Monthly Archives: February 2018

Beginning Beekeeping Part Four: Open Feeding

Part four of our beginning beekeeping series focuses on open feeding. When you get that package of bees, or when the bees are coming out of winter, they are going to be out scouring for food. Open feeding is an … Continue reading

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How To Make Homemade Jalapeno Cheddar Bread

There are few things in the world that make a house smell as good as a fresh loaf of home made bread. This jalapeno cheddar garlic bread certainly does the trick. It’s swirled with tasty bits of goodness, and we … Continue reading

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Beginning Beekeeping: Part Three- Bee Suit Review

You will see many beekeepers who tend bees without the use of a suit. At times, I do the same, but there will also be times when you want a suit. When you get one, this is one area where … Continue reading

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Beginning Beekeeping: Part Two- Hive Components

Part two of the beginning beekeeping series. Once you figure out if you have a good spot to put hives, it’s time to figure out what you actually need.

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