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  1. Beekeeping For Dummies by Howland Blackiston, 2009-03-16
  2. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Beekeeping by Dean Stiglitz, Laurie Herboldsheimer, 2010-05-04
  3. Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture by Ross Conrad, 2007-06-13
  4. Beekeeping: A Practical Guide by Richard E. Bonney, 1993-01-10
  5. The Complete Guide to Beekeeping for Fun & Profit: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply (Back-To-Basics) by Cindy Belknap, 2010-03-24
  6. Mysteries of Bee-keeping Explained by M. (Moses) Quinby, 2010-07-06
  7. First Lessons in Beekeeping by C. P. Dadant, 2010-09-19
  8. Bad Beekeeping by Ron Miksha, 2004-06
  9. A Practical Manual of Beekeeping: How to Keep Bees and Develop Your Full Potential as an Apiarist by David Cramp, 2009-08-15
  10. First Lessons in Beekeeping by Keith Delaplane, 2007-09-01
  11. The New Complete Guide to Beekeeping by Roger A. Morse, 1994-11-17
  12. Beekeeping for fun and profit by Louise G Hanson, 1980
  13. Joys of Beekeeping by Richard Taylor, 1984-06
  14. The World History of Beekeeping and Honey Hunting by Eva Crane, 1999-10-13

1. Beekeeping: The Beekeeper's Home Page
This site includes information and photos on beekeeping, honey production, beekeeping tips, stories, jokes, and beekeeping history.

2. Beekeeping - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
beekeeping (or apiculture, from Latin apis, a bee) is the practice of intentional maintenance of honey bee colonies, commonly in hives, by humans.
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Jump to: navigation search Beekeeping, tacuinum sanitatis casanatensis (14th century) Honey seeker depicted on 15000 year old cave painting near Valencia, Spain Beekeeping (or apiculture , from Latin apis , a bee ) is the practice of intentional maintenance of honey bee colonies, commonly in hives , by humans. A beekeeper (or apiarist) may keep bees in order to collect honey and beeswax , or for the purpose of pollinating crops , or to produce bees for sale to other beekeepers. A location where bees are kept is called an apiary

3. Beemaster's Beekeeping Course Home Page
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This massive forum is the Internet's No. 1 Rated Beekeeping Gathering Spot with more than 100 countries interacting in a family friendly environment. Whether you are just doing a homework assignment or interested in sharing your decades of experience - this forum is where you want to meet and interact with thousands of other members and guests. Here you can post and reply to questions, start and take place in polls, interact with other members with private messaging, internal emails, share incredible images, chat live, read other member's beekeeping journals and much much more. Complete search able data base. Clubs welcome - fully moderated and 100% family friendly.

4. Beekeeping
Resources for the hobby beekeeper. Free online classes, newsletter, library, and related links.

5. Beekeeper's Reference At
Information on bees and beekeeping for amateur or professional beekeepers, as well as a blog of the experiences of one backyard beekeeper.
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6. Backyard Beekeeping
This page describes beekeeping in urban and suburban areas, and how to be a successful city beekeeper.
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Notes on Keeping Bees in Urban and Suburban Neighborhoods Many beekeepers have bee hives in their back yards. Some bees are even kept on city roof-tops. Bees can travel several miles to collect nectar and pollen, so they do not need flowering plants close by. Most suburbs have plenty of flowers, and bees can make a good crop of local honey. City beekeepers must take special care so their bees do not become a nuisance to neighbors, or even appear to be a problem. We all want good neighborly relations! Bee stings are usually neighbors' biggest concern. Usually, beekeepers can care for their bees in ways that allow neighbors to feel safe and comfortable in their yards. The Fence A Fence is important for most backyard beekeepers. A six foot high fence or shrubbery can serve several purposes:
  • Forces the bees flight path above people's heads. Bees normally travel in a straight path to their hive, and a fence raises their flight path up over everyone's head. A fence reduces the chance that a bee will accidentally collide with someone walking nearby. Creates an "out of sight - out of mind" situation. Some people may be overly concerned about bees in the neighborhood. A fence hides most evidence that managed bees are in the neighborhood.

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Adee Honey Farms paid a $14,000 settlement penalty to the MDA for illegal use of pesticides within bee colonies to control Varroa mites and for making a false statement to MDA inspectors. MDA learned of the pesticide misuse in June 2006 during a random pesticide use inspection at two Adee Honey Farm . . .
The Elusive Honey Bee Dance "Language" Hypothesis
In the mid-1930s, Karl von Frisch proposed the equivalent of an odor-search hypothesis for honey bee recruitment to food sources. A decade later he switched to the equivalent of a "dance language" hypothesis (though he apparently did not consider his conclusions as hypotheses in either case). . . . PLANS
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A nuc hive has all the features of a standard 10 frame hive except on a reduced scale. The nuc hive is used for making splits, swarm control, queen introduction, pollen/nectar monitoring, to name a few. ELEMENTS OF BEEKEEPING
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The idea for this hive came about from talks with Dennis Murrell in Wyoming. The two things I have heard over and over from other TBH users has been the fact the bees can, and will, attach the comb to the sides of the hive interior when only top bars are used. . . .

8. A Guide To Beekeeping - Buzzzzzzz!
A beginner s guide to beekeeping. From knowing the bees to choosing a hive.
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Basic Bee Information
The key to getting into beekeeping is understanding the bees. There are three types of bees found in a bee colony, and each has their own specific role to fulfil. The most abundant type of bee in each colony is the Worker bee . This is a female bee that is incapable of reproduction and has tasks both inside the hive and out. These tasks include 'housekeeping' which takes place for the first two weeks of a workers' life. Housekeeping involves repairing damaged sections of the hive, clearing away bee carcasses, and feeding the queen with royal jelly which only bees of less than ten days old can make because they have a special secretion from their mandibles at that age. After two weeks, worker bees can fly and so are sent out to collect nectar and pollen. After another two weeks of collecting worker bees are put on guard duty, protecting the entrance to the hive from intruders Drone bees are males whose only job is to breed with the queen. They are only allowed in the hive if they will mate with the queen, and then they are sent out. No drones live permanently in a bee colony and workers keep them out of the hives in the autumn so they die each winter. Drones do not have the necessary tools to collect pollen or nectar and are therefore useless apart from their breeding capabilities. The queen is the most important bee in the colony and is very different from both other types found in a hive. The queen's job is to breed with the drones and lay eggs. It may not be much of a job, but it is through her that the colony can continue year after year. The queen lays enough eggs to keep the hive in workers for the spring and summer and also knows when to begin laying eggs again in the winter. There is only one queen per colony of bees and when she dies the worker bees will choose new worker larvae to replace her. In order for the worker larva to develop into a queen, they must be fed a special substance called '

9. Beekeeping 101
Now, honey bees are commonly kept in artificial hives throughout the United States, and a large and sophisticated beekeeping industry provides valuable
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Beekeeping 101
Honey Bees and Beekeeping
Honey Bee Biology Races of Honey Bees Preparing to Keep Bees Beekeeping Equipment ... Reference Books

Honey bees ( Apis mellifera L.) are one of the most well-known, popular and economically beneficial insects. For thousands of years, man has plundered honey bee colonies to get honey, bee larvae and beeswax. In recent decades, bee plundering has given way to bee management. Now, honey bees are commonly kept in artificial hives throughout the United States, and a large and sophisticated beekeeping industry provides valuable honey, beeswax and pollination services. A large section of the industry, well represented in Georgia, is devoted to mass-producing queens and bees for sale to other beekeepers. Although many people make a living from bees, most beekeepers are hobbyists who have only a few hives and who simply enjoy working with these fascinating insects.
Honey Bee Biology
Honey bees, like ants, termites and some wasps, are social insects. Unlike ants and wasps, bees are vegetarians; their protein comes from pollen and their carbohydrate comes from honey which they make from nectar. Social insects live together in groups, cooperate in foraging tasks and the care of young, and have different types, or "castes," of individuals. There are three castes of honey bees (Figure 1): Workers - Reproductively underdeveloped females that do all the work of the colony. A colony may have 2,000 to 60,000 workers.

10. Bee Culture - The Magazine Of American Beekeeping
Bee Culture, The Magazine Of American beekeeping, is designed for beginning, sideline and commercial beekeepers who what the latest information on the
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Welcome! Throughout our site you will notice we have an excellent selection of backyard beekeeping equipment, honey bee supplies and beekeepers clothing. All of our beekeeping products are offered at excellent prices. If you have been looking for discount beekeeping supplies or a beekeeping starter kit, you have come to the right place. When it comes to the best selection of beekeeping tools and beekeeping equipment online, we are your one-stop experts. We invite you to browse our site to find detailed information on all of our beekeeping products. Our helpful staff have over ten years of experience in beekeeping and have a passion for teaching this exciting hobby. We have taught hundreds of new beekeepers the basics and armed them with all the necessary information and honey bee equipment to get started. Once you are on your way we can assist you with any questions or problems that may arise

12. American Beekeeping Federation | Serving The Industry Since 1943
Acts on behalf of the beekeeping industry on issues affecting the interests and the economic viability of the various sectors of the industry.
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Farm Bill Being Finalized
  • Time to contact your Congressmen
  • A Conference Committee will soon begin to reconcile the House version of the Farm Bill with the Senate version of the Farm Bill. There are several provisions in the two bills affecting beekeepers. ABF Vice President David Mendes encourages all beekeepers to contact their Congressmen and tell them how important these provisions are:
  • Expanded Beekeeping Research. We need answers to CCD and the other problems we are facing. Of the two bills, the House bill is more favorable to beekeepers. Disaster Relief. Section 12102 of the Senate bill would provide for supplemental agricultural disaster assistance to honey producers and others. Conservation Programs.
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    15. The Beekeeping Page Learn About Honey Bees And Beekeeping
    An introduction to beekeeping and honey products from a hobbyist beekeeper in Pennsylvania. Includes a year s diary.
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    Welcome to the home page of Michael Mordenti from Lords Valley, PA located 75 miles N.W of NYC . I have been a hobbyist Beekeeper for 9 years (and still learning) I manage 9-11 beehives depending on the time of ( year ) . Hope to add more soon. I produce and pack raw spring and fall wildflower honey, pollen, propolis and beeswax from the wildflowers located here in the Pocono Mts. I also make beeswax candles and pack other products of the hive which are sold locally and given away to family and friends as gifts. For more information on these products feel free to email me at the address on the bottom of this page, or through my guest book. I created this web page to make more people aware of beekeeping, pollination and the benefits of pollen, propolis and raw unprocessed honey, compaired to the highly heated and highly filtered (only to look good honey you see on the supermarket shelves), this kind of treatment filters out some of the nutritional value and most of the pollen out of the honey. A QUOTE "the secret of my health is applying honey on the inside and oil outside."

    16. Organic Beekeeping Journal Presented By The Healing Path - Providing Information
    Organic beekeeping Journal Newslettlers and Organic beekeeping Information Natural beekeeping methods - Naturopathic Apiary Maintenance.
    The Healing Path Home Organic Beekeeping Info:
    Honeybee Forage and the Bee Garden

    Honeybee Nutritional Supplements

    Essential Oils for Organic Beekeeping

    Organic Beekeeping Resources and Links
    Organic Beekeeping Journal Homepage
    Organic Beekeeping Newsletters:
    Fall 2002 Newsletter

    Spring 2002 Newsletter

    Early Spring 2002 Newsletter

    Late Winter 2002 Newsletter
    Spring 2001 Newsletter
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    (No Fee) Organic Beekeeping Society Organic Beekeeping Classes For New Beekeepers Find other Organic Beekeepers: The Organic Beekeeping Message Board has been temporarily discontinued as it has been over-run with spam etc. We will replace it with a monitored board in the future .. Bee Well
    Organic Beekeeping Journal
    What is Organic Beekeeping?

    17. Beekeeping : Grazing Systems And Alternative Livestock Breeds : Alternative Farm
    beekeeping/Apiculture National Center for Appropriate Technology. ATTRA National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.

    18. Beekeeping Information Notes
    Notes from the Department of Entomology at North Carolina State University in HTML or PDF format.
    PDF FORMAT REQUIRES ADOBE ACROBAT. Get it here- Beekeeping Format
    Cucumber Pollination HTML PDF Honey Plants of North Carolina HTML PDF Landscape Planting for Bees HTML PDF Orchard Mason Bees HTML PDF Reducing the Likelihood of Stings During Outdoor Activities HTML PDF Tracheal Mite Disease HTML PDF Varroa Mite Disease HTML PDF There are other internet sources of beekeeping information. See also Apiary Services, North Carolina Department of Agriculture Back to North Carolina Insect Notes] This page last updated on 11 May 1998 by Judy Bridges

    19. The Internet Apiculture And Beekeeping Archive
    Articles from the newsgroup sci.agriculture.beekeeping, logs from the listserv beel, FAQ files, and pointers to other beekeeping and apicultural resources.
    The Internet Apiculture and Beekeeping Archive Welcome to the Archive. Here you will find the articles from the Usenet newsgroup sci.agriculture.beekeeping , the logs from the listserv bee-l FAQ files , and pointers to other beekeeping and apicultural resources , on and off the Internet. NEW: CCD info and links Browse the complete archive.
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    (Results will be a weekly bee-l log and/or a monthly news article file. You will then need to use your browser to search for your keyword.) Apiculture is very diverse; our fostering of several insect species to pollinate our crops and produce honey, wax, propolis and venom occurs worldwide. The old beekeeping adage: "There are as many ways to keep bees as there are beekeepers" describes this amazing diversity in beekeeping. Logically then, there is no "proper" way to keep bees, no "right" way to manage for honey production, or to rear queensthe best we can do as good beekeepers and as good neighbors is to share our techniques, lore, knowledge and experiences, basing them upon a rigorous foundation in insect biology. To assume though, that this foundation is stable, would be naive. Every year, new research, and new facts about the fascinating lives our eusocial friends the Honey Bees lead, help us to be more successful beekeepers. This archive is a repository for beekeeping information. If you have trouble finding something, or if you want to add something, please do not hesitate to contact the curator by e-mail:

    20. Alberta Beekeeping, Pollination, Bees & Honey -- By Allen Dick
    Info, pictures and links about commercial beekeeping methods, equipment, pollination, honey bees in Alberta, Canada.
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